Thursday, May 11, 2017

Three Wise Quotes by Susan Sontag

by Nomad

Jewish-American writer, filmmaker, intellectual, and political activist, Susan Sontag died in December 2004 at the age of 71. I recall reading her essays."On Photography" and the 1964 "Notes on Camp" and admiring her ability to explore and analyze.

When I saw the quote below in an essay the other day, it brought home the immorality of denying any person the kind of health care they need. Life and death, how much more universal can that get?

Susan Sontag

The second of the three quotes deals with Sontag's realist approach to human nature.

Susan Sontag quotes

This last Sontag quote is one of my favorites. It should be the motto of all thinking people. 



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