“So The Miner’s structured very differently from, say, Soseki’s Sanshiro, your typical modern bildungsroman?”
It’s all a question of imagination. Our responsibility begins with the power to imagine. It’s just like Yeats said: In dreams begin responsibilities. Flip this around and you could say that where there’s no power to imagine, no responsibility can arise. Just like we see with Eichmann.
very tall, with a ponytail, a pierced ear, and a Chunichi
Note: look up chunichi dragons emblem
he thought political power and wealth served only one purpose: to make art possible.
Note: beethoven