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She felt there was something comforting about the demolition of the Star Theatre. She had seen ... that destruction, there was something warm and humane and deeply satisfying about watching a building disappear ...
and rearranged in the service of the action she had committed and the action she was about to take. After several ... making invisible adjustments in temperature and pressure and humidity. She wished she knew more about ...
philosophers, but few, if any, rationalistic ones, and Neruda is no exception. His political philosophy is about ... the Rail Splitter Awake" (1950), in which the poet buzzes aimlessly about the ingenious ways ...
was probably unjust: his source may simply have been the Hegelian Zeitgeist.) What Coleridge says about Hamlet might indeed have been said by Hegel if he had chosen to think more deeply than he did about this tragic ...
letters about semicolons, ask the opinions of their friends, and worry about them until they die. Keats ...
tenable con­ jectures about this art of communicating thoughts and establishing intercourse between minds: ... and the forming of all the logic of discourse." He does speculate about later stages of the perfection ...
is, then, optimistic about the effects on all of "the diffusion of scientific knowledge ... that Humboldt would have found congenial much of Dewey's thinking about education. And he might also ...
or part of the problem. That is, propositions about literature are really attempts. to subvert or enhance ... for a critic's class affiliation is considered the most reliable clue to the meaning of his remarks about poetry. ...
debate about why one student was sitting on the floor without any clothes on provided "the only ... of a community of people who were all, for a brief period, upset about the same thing. Literature is useful ...
Page 52 from Issue 23-24 room" ("The Trouble," p. 30), violates the necessary group spirit. The depressing thing about verbal art is that it wallows unashamedly in fantasy, ... ("The Trouble," p. 34). The more he thinks about it, the more the activist professor feels like ...

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