June 1980 issue of Art-Language. "This Issue of "Art-Language" contains two connected articles. The first is concerned with some of the theoretical upshots of the managerial fraud perpetrated by the Art for Society tendency. The second is concerned with a type of relation between a picture or representation and the world which is often neglected in 'realist' theory. This type of relation is casual and genetic. It is not, however, empiricist. What is suggested is that a neglect of this type of relation - of the "how" of picture production - contributes to the critical coquetry by which inquiry is stifled in the art world. This stifling of inquiry also serves such tendencies as Art for Society. They could not otherwise explain their crocodile tears." -- author's statement.