dwell LO29556

From: ACampnona@aol.com
Date: 11/23/02

Replying to LO29549 --

Dear At and LO,

I have lost the source, for Martin Heidegger's statement that, 'poetry'
(human creativity) enables mankind to 'dwell' in the 'world'. If anyone has
the citation I would be glad to receive it from them...I have apparently
deleted it from my own files.


> am glad that you have asked this question. When i write "knowledge
> dwells within the mind while information exists outside it", i compare two
> as elementary as possible descriptions with each other, namely "knowledge
> dwells within the mind" and "information exists outside the mind".
> (By the way, i used to write that "knowledge lives within the mind", but i
> saw that M Polanyi prefered the word "dwell". After a lot of thinking i
> decided that "dwell" allows articulating the conditions of knowledge
> better than "lives".)



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