"Going rogue" by C of C standards

What spirit is so empty and blind,
that it cannot recognize the fact that the foot
is more noble than the shoe,
and skin more beautiful than the garment with
which it is clothed?--Michelangelo

Among his many rebellions, I guess Michelangelo would be considered "going rogue"* by today's, and probably antiquity's, Chamber of Commerce and Capitalism standards for such an utterance.

*Any implication that the phrase "going rogue" somehow elevates certain current politicians or has-been politicians to the level of a Renaissance genius is purely coincidental and farcical.

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