In this book three talks given at different venues and historical moments, intellectuals who, in the sixties, discussed issues related to Marxism and art reproduced. In the first, Pierre Abraham, Roger Garaudy and Andre Gisselbrecht discuss the concept of realism applied to art and the possibility of studying the art from a Marxist approach. In the second, Louis Aragon gave a speech in which advocates an open ?? not ?? academic or rigid, and outlines critical of the dogmatism of artistic creation theory realism. In the third, Jean Paul Sartre discusses the concept of decadence with Ernst Fischer, Eduard Goldstucker and Jiri Hasek.