A Remark on Silence and Listening
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Why "remark"? Because I am still developing the theory, and also because this is a short presentation. Why "a" remark rather than "some" remarks? Because this is not a series of different lines of thought constellated around one leading theme (that is what we have in mind when we speak of "some remarks on. . . ."); it is rather a single thread of thinking which weaves its way through different places, acquires various colors when coming under different lights, and yet remains (no matter how thin, no matter how often exposed to the danger of breaking) that same single thread.--Before Beginning
Oral Tradition, 2/1 (1987): 286-300.
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