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Before language communicates ideas, it gives them form, makes them clear, and
in fact makes them what they are. Whatever has a name is an object for thought.
Without words, sense experience is only a flow of impressions, as subjective as ...
As soon as the natural forms of subjective experience are abstracted to the point
of symbolic presentation, we can use those forms to imagine feeling and
understand its nature. Self-knowledge, insight into all phases of life and mind,
The paradox of the Negro experience in America is that it is a separate
experience, but inseparable from the complete fabric of American life. The history
of Western culture begins for the Negro with the importation of the slaves. It is
almost as if ...
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This is a freshman level college anthology. Any anthology of course suffers from having to include too much, to having to exclude other items. This one seems quite workable. Read full review
THE RIGHT USE OF LANGUAGE
THE AMERICAN CRISIS
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