Through critical discussion of works by Lawrence, James, and Gibran, and critiques of Marx, Freud, Jung, and McLuhan, the author articulates and refines his metacritical assumptions. He argues that it is ultimately necessary to hold values and beliefs that are not susceptible to scientific proof or disproof.If the Oedipus Rex is capable of moving a modern reader or playgoer no less powerfully than it moved the ... depend upon the conflict between fate and human will, but upon the peculiar nature of the material by which this conflict is revealed.
|Title||:||Essays critical and metacritical|
|Author||:||Eugene Paul Nassar|
|Publisher||:||Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Pr - 1983-11-30|