April 23, 2004

And Father Ong said,

Commenting on Sentence 5 (I couldn't let this pass without pulling it up to the main interface), Bill Hart-Davidson adds,
There is no way to write, 'naturally'.

Walter Ong, "Writing is a Technology that
Restructures Thought," in Cushman, et. al. Literacy: A Critical Sourcebook.

The overlaps among modernist and postmodernist thought recently strike me as promising--we're not after different projects, so much, as engaging in extemely productive different (and mutually useful) ways of seeing, being, becoming; as Delezuze and Guattari said, not either/or, but and, and and. Posted by johndan at April 23, 2004 12:36 AM | TrackBack