Re: theos-l digest: October 12, 1999
Oct 12, 1999 10:55 PM
>Unless a student has developed from his innermost the power for
>discrimination he/she/it is in danger to follow the
Ok, but. . .I can see the "she" in danger and I can see the "he" in danger.
I ponder, though - "it" in danger? This "it" entity. . .how will I know
one when I see "it?"
I applaud your use of gender-inclusive language, but is my chair in danger?
Well, looking at "it" in a mega universal way, I guess my chair could be in
danger, although I wonder about its "power of discrimination." And, Rilke,
my fave rave poet, did speak admirably of "Things."
I'm going to, after sending this, give my chair a great big hug. Seriously.
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