It is the run of the mill, the so-called minor acts, who are inclined towards moralising, preoccupied with the little moral, with the good teaching that is useful to children or adults who will always be children: "do not steal", "don't be naughty", "don't get into trouble." They love to show how by some misfortune you are lured into thieving, but how you must never steal and that you must give back what does not belong to you, even if it is a slice of bread and you"re dying of hunger.
Baldacchino, J. (2012)., Within happiness, in J. Baldacchino (ed.), Art's way out, Rotterdam, SensePublishers, pp. 141-155.
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