he detected Basquiat`s code

by recognising the sense of the misspelling Basquiat left in my diary in 1979 as key . Basquiat quotes “Gods, Graves and Scholars”, C. W. Ceram, who
quotes Arthur Schopenhauer in his chapter on Schliemann, the discoverer of Troya, who was not spared scorn by experts: “Dilettantes, Dilletantes!” – that is how those who pursue a science or art, out of love for it and pleasure in it, per il loro diletto, are called with contempt by those who have taken to it for the sake of profit; because they only delectate the money that can be earned with it. This contempt is based on their base conviction that no one will seriously attack a thing unless necessity, hunger, or some other greed spurs him on to it.”