transcendence and immanence
piat1 at bellsouth.net
Tue Mar 19 03:43:17 EST 2002
> 1. He briefly mentions Eudora Welty as a person who's immanent self had
expanded to encompass her transcendant self. He stated that she could
finish writing a transcendant novel and then go make small talk at the local
post office without any problem of re-entry. Isn't that the answer he was
This rings a bell with me. That does seem to be part of the answer he was
seeking --and seeking to find satisfaction in that answer.
I wonder does any one know what if any influence Dewey had upon him --or
what he thought of Dewey's attempts to resolve dualisms.
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