Sep 282013
 

In a general way, the literature of the twentieth century is essentially psychological; and psychology consists in describing states of the soul by displaying them all on the same plane without any discrimination of value, as though good and evil were external to them, as though the effort toward the good could be absent at any moment from the thought of any man.

–Simone Weil

 Weil on Psychology in Literature  September 28, 2013  Commonplace Book Tagged with:

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