By Walter Jost, Garry L. Hagberg
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10 Projective saying is poetry . . Poetry is the saying of the Unconcealedness of what is . . 11 The poet, if he is a poet, does not describe the mere appearance of sky and earth. The poet calls, in the sights of the sky, that which in its very self-disclosure causes the appearance of that which conceals itself, and indeed as that which conceals itself. 12 In these three passages we note the key concepts that Heidegger uses to flesh out his position: those of world and earth. Heidegger both does and does not mean by these terms what they would ordinarily be taken to mean – thus showing, and I cannot resist pointing this out in passing, that philosophy, supposing Heidegger here to be doing philosophy, is similarly located between ordinary language and an ideal of purity.
If you like, intertextuality as the essence of ordinary language does not imply intertextuality as the essence of literary language. It is important for my purposes to realize that Harries’ argument is unsound, and that ordinary and literary language cannot thus be prized apart. In the argument, the claim to reference to something beyond the world of the text is supposedly secured by the world that assigns us our place. The existence of that world separate from the world of the text is supposedly secured by the Heideggerian earth.
As long as art is creative, and as long as philosophy is creative, then any generation sets problems for those that come after it. We are all post-modernists now, let alone modernists. By way of showing how philosophy might become literature and still know itself, I shall offer some considerations in favor of saying, as a fundamental truth about both philosophy and literature, that, when it comes to the deepest things of metaphysics, philosophy and literature are not merely both engaged in the same task, but so engaged in an importantly similar kind of way.
A Companion to the Philosophy of Literature (Blackwell Companions to Philosophy, Volume 44) by Walter Jost, Garry L. Hagberg