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  • [1] G.Pico della Mirandola;Eugenio Garin. De Hominis Dignitate,Heptaplus,De Ente Et Uno. Firenze:Vallecchi Editore, 1942
  • [2] For example,the rhetoric which recharacterizes subjectivity as "decentred" would on this view be a form of rational discountenance that may express polemical,but may not express veridical,variance with the prerogative that positions subjectivity at the centre of the world.
  • [3] "From End to End," Poems 62.I mean by distinguishing Prynne's concept of "longing" from the familiar concepts "homelessness" and "alienation" to emphasise that his criticism of the rhetoric and psychology of transcendence is truly neither Heideggerian nor Marxist,as is sometimes assumed.Rather,it is specific to the possibilities for thinking inaugurated by syncretistic cosmogony.
  • [4] Compare,from "How It's Done," Poems 44:"The place / rises,as a point of change.".
  • [5] Prynne. About Warning an Invited Audience. The English Intelligencer, 1967
  • [6] "Airport Poem:Ethics of Survival," Poems 38.
  • [7] Prynne,"About Warning an Invited Audience." Compare "The Holy City," Poems 43:"There's no mystic moment involved:just / that we are..".
  • [8] "The Common Gain,Reverted," Poems 89.
  • [9] Readers of contemporary avant garde British poetry will be familiar with this phrase,which is a sort of anxious colonial equivalent of the American phrase "language poetry.".
  • [10] My parenthesis here echoes the conclusion to Prynne,"Es Stand Auch Geschrieben:Jean Bollack And Paul Celan,":Where we now are is "the ordinary world in which not quite innocent people (we,and they,and us) dwell unpoetically upon the earth and terminate in anguish there." This is also the "real world" of Word Order,Poems 360,"towards / which we travel in purity and in truth..".
  • [11] A similar idea finds more salubriously dialectical expression in Whitman,"Song of Myself" 24:"Whoever degrades another degrades me,/ And whatever is done or said returns at last to me.// Through the afflatus surging and surging,through me the current and index." Degradation is here mitigated and even valorised by reference to a conception of ethics altogether different from Prynne's.Whitman is ind.
  • [12] De Hominis Dignitate 114.On the Dignity of Man 9.
  • [13] Poems 383-9.
  • [14] "Just a treat sod Heine you notice / the base going down.." Poems314.The poem includes a good example of Prynne's violent satire against enjambment:"pent up / and boil over." Glance next at the next page (315):"the whole / falling short..".
  • [15] "Listening to All," Poems 349.
  • [16] J.H.Prynne. Whose Dust Did You Say. Poems
  • [17] "A New Tax on the Counter Earth," Poems 172-3.
  • [18] The disallowed echo of Lenin's "What Is To Be Done?" is nearly overt:with the verb to be wiped out,it says is the replacement sanctioned by grammar.Wo Ich war,soll Es werden.
  • [19] De Musica;Robert Catesby Taliaferro. The Fathers of the Church,Vol.4,Writings of Saint Augustine. New York:Fathers of the Church, 1947
  • [20] Peter Szondi;Martha Woodmansee. Introduction to Literary Hermeneutics. Cambridge:Cambridge University Press, 1995
  • [21] De Hominis Dignitate 114.On the Dignity of Man 9; Maurice Merleau Ponty,Sense and Non Sense.Trans.Hubert L.Dreyfus and Patricia Allen Dreyfus (Evanston:Northwestern UP,1964) 152; Prynne,"The Numbers," Poems 10.Compare also Henry,Philosophy and Phenomenology of the Body 44:"..the being of each individual is the light of the world,and more profoundly,it is,as original truth,the light of this light.".
  • [22] Bruce W.Watson. Military Lessons of the Gulf War. Novato:Presidio Press, 1991
  • [23] Jane Gray Harris;Gray Harris;Constance Link. Government and Rhythm, Critical Prose and Letters. Woodstock:Ardis, 2003
  • [24] Halberstadt,Hans. The Wild Weasels.History of US Air Force SAM Killers,1965 to Today. Osceola:Motorbooks International Mil Tech Series, 1992
  • [25] Mirandola,G.Pico della;Charles Glenn Wallis. On the Dignity of Man. Indianapolis:Bobbs Merrill, 1965
  • [26] Prynne,J.H. Poems. Fremantle:Fremantle Arts Centre Press;Highgreen:Bloodaxe, 2005
  • [27] De Hominis Dignitate 104,102.On the Dignity of Man 4,3.Prynne alludes to this image in saying that death (or "biologic collapse") is "like untying a knot." "A Gold Ring Called Reluctance," Poems 21.
  • [28] Kevin Nolan. Capital Calves:Undertaking an Overview. Jacket, 2003
  • [29] Walter Pater. The Renaissance. Berkeley:University of California Press, 1980
  • [30] St.Thomas Aquinas. Cosmogony,in Summa Theologi. London:Blackfriars, 1967
  • [31] J.H.Prynne. Charles Olson,Maximus Poems IV,V,VI. The Park, 1969,02
  • [32] "Attending Her Aggregate,Detour," Her Weasels Wild Returning,Poems 413.
  • [33] Neither is it enough to say even handedly that "[l]anguage,which in its communicative aspect participates in the clarity of conceptual logic,also participates in the mimesis of the nonidentical." "Introduction" by Shierry Weber Nicholson and Jeremy J.Shapiro to Adorno,Hegel:Three Studies (Cambridge,MA:MIT Press,1993) xxix.This equitable view of language is nowhere near enough since "mimesis of the.
  • [34] "Will either sermon / sift over,down with his line.." Poems 410.
  • [35] The phrase "radical immanence" is a generic one in phenomenology,but I borrow it here from Michel Henry,Philosophy and Phenomenology of the Body,trans.Girard Etzkorn (The Hague:Martinus Nijhoff,1975) 54-55:"subjectivity in its radical immanence,identical to life." For a synopsis of this rival account of the impossibility of radical alienation,see ibid.:"We are in possession of our movements,we are.
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