By Joseph P. Natoli
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In different ways, Brown and Marcuse both attack what they see as Freud's repressive and finally alienating acceptance of the present reality system as final. For them, an "important counter system is provided by imaginative culture, for these works are closely associated with the wishes and fears of Eros . . For Marcuse works of art constitute an order of sensuousness that stands against our irrational reality. " For Brown and Marcuse, "art provides the assurance that Eros, that the pleasure principle, can find its way into the world without terrifying destruction and chaos" (Wasson 1974, 1200).
Martha Noel Evans and author (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1985), p. 62. 4. Rorty, Contingency, Irony and Solidarity, p. 91. But remember the inherent dangers of toleration discussed in the introduction. The kindess of the tolerant attitude does not by itself exclude the worst there is in humiliation: the assumption of inherent inferiority of the tolerated object. By itself, toleration may well be just another form in which virtues of the tolerant are re-asserted. 5. Cf. Jabès, Un Etranger avec, sous le bras, un livre de petit format, (Paris: Gallimard, 1989), pp.
It's not that uncommon, and usually happens around an emotionally disturbed adolescent. Apparently, extreme inner tension of the mind can sometimes trigger some unknown energy that seems to move objects around at a distance. There's nothing supernatural about it. Like Regan's abnormal strength. Again, in pathology it's common. " . . " . . An so on. Karras would not concede an inch: phenomena are explicable, explanations are available, an energy's being unknown (as yet, of course) is not for that reason inexplicable.
A Postmodern Reader by Joseph P. Natoli