Meta-Narrative through the looking-glass.
laflame at mindspring.com
Sun Feb 28 20:34:14 PST 1999
> which is why I would think meta-narratives are both
>unavoidable and to be treated with suspicion.
Seriously though, I always considered my attachment to meta-narrative to be
closely related to mental illness. Sometimes self-defeating, sometimes
enlightening, sometimes obsessive, sometimes distorting. I could go on.
And speaking of psycohistory, whatever happened to the notion that white
supremacy was a mental illness. I don't remember where I read this, but it
struck a cord.
ps. Did anyone else watch that Alice and Wonderland version on Sunday
night, and marvel at the number of commercials relating to internet
companies? Like, if I hadn't gotta a computor yet, I'd have felt pretty
bad about it. Hmmmmmmmmmm.
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