Hawthorne’s famous allegory admonishes societies that only a change in the human ontological condition ever will truly bring about a perfect society.

Aestheticism, iconoclasm, and the destruction of conservative intellectual dispositions and societal norms appear as mindless and vaporous attempts to cure society from its greatest source of violence, hatred, and oppression: the human heart.

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