Friday, January 6, 2012

Jonathan Galassi

An interesting interview with Jonathan Galassi, "One of the wunderkinds of the New York editing and publishing world," at The Economist.

Toward the end, he essentially argues for poetry's role as immanent criticism on civil society. Can something on the one hand act as immanent criticism for spontaneous orders, and on the other hand be a part of its own spontaneous order? I think so.

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