Monday, July 02, 2012
Jan Zwicky:

"These views, I believe, commit me to an unfashionable realism: there are better and worse ways of saying things, meaning exists and is neither simply a projection of the human mind nor the exclusive province of an activity the Western world calls science.  I believe such realism is the foundation of the possibility of witness, and further, that the possibility of witness is one of the cornerstones of a just politics.

What then is lyric philosophy for?  I believe it is a necessary part of the attempt to discern the nature of the good life: how to be fully human in the larger human and nonhuman world."

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