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now that's a good point!

Posted to Poetry and Politics




the subjective-concrete real. Each person has a different concrete/objective reality in space and time, and therefore they approach the mapping of reality in words differently. But, don't you agree that there is a shared perseption also, a shared approach to the real, embodied in the realities of society and culture? Shared values in other words... and i do not speak of high-culture, i speak of tabloid-culture, the popular persepction. People do on many occasions appraoch words in the exact same way. It's this homegeny that ought to frightenand concern a writer - the popular perseption can be very very basic.