Poet brains, lightly sauteed in oil and garlic--yum.
"Reality cannot be copywrited."
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On Fri, Jun 17, 2011 at 10:55 AM, Patrick McManus <
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> I sometimes have doubts about heterosexual brains
> And poet brains?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Poetryetc: poetry and poetics [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On
> Behalf Of Dominic Fox
> Sent: 17 June 2011 12:29
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> Subject: Re: some brains are homosexual in men
> cf: http://codepoetics.com/poetix/node/58
> "Earlier on, I'd been talking about "being (an) intellectual" as being
> somewhat like "being (a) homosexual" - an analogy that has to break
> down somewhere, but which captures a particular tension that interests
> me: that between "extrinsically defined" and "intrinsically motivated"
> identification. The basic idea is that while both "intellectual" and
> "homosexual" are socially-created categories (hence "extrinsically
> defined"), you can't account for the existence of either intellectuals
> or homosexuals purely in terms of the power of "society" to call them
> into being in order to fill out arbitrary categorical distinctions. If
> no-one had the particular "structure of feeling" that characterises
> the intrinsic motivation of the intellectual, there would be no
> intellectuals. Such structures of feeling are aetiologically obscure,
> and there is no obvious mapping from large-scale social distinctions
> (notably class) to whatever it is that differentiates intellectuals or
> homosexuals from others around them."