Hermeneutic and Buddhist Meditations
Chapter Five: First Fragment: Breaking the Gaze
First Fragment: Breaking THE Gaze
DAVID W. JARDINE, GRAHAM MCCAFFREY, & CHRISTOPHER GILHAM
To have an orientation to the world, however, means to keep oneself so free from what one encounters of the world that one can present it to oneself as it is. To rise above the pressure of what impinges on us from the world.
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