By Adrienne Rich
"I am a poet who is aware the social energy of poetry, a usa citizen who is familiar with herself irrevocably tangled in her society's hopes, conceitedness, and despair," Adrienne wealthy writes.
The essays in Arts of the Possible look for chances past a compromised, degraded procedure, looking to think whatever else. They name at the fluidity of the mind's eye, from poetic imaginative and prescient to social justice, from the badlands of political demoralization to an paintings that may wound, that could open scars whilst engaged in its paintings, yet will ultimately suture and never tear apart.
This quantity collects Rich's essays from the decade of the 20th century, together with 4 previous essays, in addition to numerous conversations that move additional than the standard interview. additionally integrated is her essay explaining her purposes for declining the nationwide Medal for the humanities.
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Negation, therefore, is a relation, uniting as well as separating its terms, and the goal toward which the dialectic moves is one of ever greater interrelatedness. The immanent rhythm of both thought and nature issues into a totality ever more integrated within itself. The Hegelian name for this totality is the Absolute. Teleology and inclusivity are seen finally as functions of the self-involving reflexivity which is the primary characteristic of dialectical method. This abstract sketch of dialectical procedure brings to the fore not only salient differences but also some similarities with Dewey's theory of inquiry.
The Need for a Recovery in Philosophy," in Bernstein, p. 23. Ibid. 42 EXPERIENCE AS REVELATORY OF NATURE binding past to present but present to future. Experience accordingly is not a veil or film over nature but seeps into it. To speak of the characteristics of experience, then, is to speak of the characteristics of nature (as it presents itself to experience). "l Hence it is that one must take the qualitative factors presented in experience seriously. Dewey pressed hard in his insistence of the intimate interweaving of experience and nature.
Dewey had little patience with antiquarian history, the study of the past simply for its own sake, with no reference to the present and the future. A philosopher critical of an antiquarian approach to the past is not, however, thereby anti-historical. In fact, too great a concern with the past, too great an effort to bear the weight of the past, as Nietzsche has pointed out (in the Use and Abuse at History) stands in the way of life - and it might be added, of history. Dewey located history here-and-now, in the present doings and sufferings of men.
Arts of the Possible: Essays and Conversations by Adrienne Rich