Friday, 7 April 2000

From "Poetics"

By Keston Sutherland.

[...] anyone who reads philosophy and not just the derivative slogans that stand in for philosophy in Language poetry theory is at risk of becoming terminally dysphagic over Schultz’s and Bernstein’s use of the word “subjectivity,” which has been so conscientiously excoriated of its history of significance as to mean something like “being reactionary and narcissistic in the manner of Robert Pinsky.”

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