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Reich's Greening -- and the Morning After


by Maxine Greene - 1971

Charles Reich's work may indeed be a prolegomenon, as Capouya put it, "to the argument it provokes." The argument is what remains significant, and the translation of it into rational terms. Here is where the weariness ends and where the inauguration of "the impulse of consciousness" may begin.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 72 Number 4, 1971, p. 505-312
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 1676, Date Accessed: 9/21/2020 12:43:23 PM

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  • Maxine Greene
    Teachers College, Columbia University
    Dr. Greene is professor of English at Teachers College, and editor-at-large of the Teachers College Record.
 
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