Tuesday, October 30, 2012


This explains while I'll get a "handle" on what Ishmael had to say: "Fictions are not suppose to have great explanatory power, so they do not settle things for a mind searching for fixity. But they do provide a resting place for a mind searching for ambiguity and depth. In other words, fictions satisfy the aesthetic, religious, and speculative imagination more than they do the intellect."--Pg. 151, Revisioning Psychology

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