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'Sensing', 'seeing', 'saying' in Camus' Noces : a meditative essay

Author: James W Brown
Publisher: Amsterdam ; New York : Rodopi, 2004.
Series: Chiasma, 14.
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"James Brown's study of Camus' Noces explores the many crossovers from mind to text by recording the writer's consciousness as an emanation and the reader's consciousness as a reception-perception. Writer and reader become one in this movement. Their shared mental space is analogous to the locus of the transmission of wisdom in many spiritual traditions. This book focuses on the textual and linguistic means through  Read more...
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Named Person: Albert Camus; Albert Camus; Albert Camus; Albert Camus
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James W Brown
ISBN: 9042011653 9789042011656
OCLC Number: 54376015
Language Note: Text in English; excerpts in French.
Description: 118 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: Acknowledgements Introduction Chapter I "NOCES a TIPASA" : SUN, SEA AND SKY Chapter II MODULATIONS AND MOVEMENTS IN NARRATIVE VOICE Chapter III THE TRANSPERSONAL CONSCIOUSNESS IN NOCES Chapter IV THOUGHT, ACTION AND THE IMAGE Chapter V THE DISCURSIVE MIND AND THE QUEST FOR PERMANENCE Conclusion THE MERGING OF THE READER'S CONSCIOUSNESS AND THE NARRATOR'S VOICE BIBLIOGRAPHY
Series Title: Chiasma, 14.
Responsibility: James W. Brown.

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"James Brown's study of Camus' Noces explores the many crossovers from mind to text by recording the writer's consciousness as an emanation and the reader's consciousness as a reception-perception. Writer and reader become one in this movement. Their shared mental space is analogous to the locus of the transmission of wisdom in many spiritual traditions. This book focuses on the textual and linguistic means through which the crossover takes place. Brown's new reading of Camus is an outgrowth of bare awareness meditation. He subjects a text that was intended by Camus as meditation to another meditative consciousness, that of the reader-writer who comes to Noces without ideological baggage. In this sense the reading process itself becomes an 'essay' in the original meaning of the word: a trial, an attempt, an inquiry. Another original aspect of 'Sensing', 'Seeing', 'Saying' is the fact that the reading process doubles as non-directed meditative practice, for it does not attempt to interpret, judge, or evaluate the text in question but aims to engage it spiritually, to enter into its 'presence'. As background to his reading the author uses vipashyana, or insight meditation, which derives directly from the Buddha's own experience and teaching."--Jacket.

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