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There is not even one of our ideas that is not derived from mythology, a mythology that has been transformed, mutilated, remoulded. The driving force of human knowledge is the conviction that at the end of its investigations, it will discover the ultimate meaning of the world.

Philosophy is really philology, the creative exploration of the word.

Translated by John M. We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. The process of making sense of the world is closely connected rzeczyiwstoci the word.

The old cosmogonies expressed this in the maxim ‘in the beginning was the Word’. For that reason, every kind of poetry is an act of mythologization and tends to create myths about the world.

Meaning is the element which bears humanity into the process of reality. The isolated, mosaic-type word is a later product, is the result of technique. Every fragment of reality lives due to the fact that it partakes of some sort of universal meaning. It is an jityzacja given. And yet over time the word grows rigid, becomes immobilized, ceases to be the conductor of new meanings.

The isolated, mosaic-type word is a later product, is the result of technique. It cannot be derived from other givens. The word rzeczywistooci its colloquial, present-day meaning is now only a fragment, a rudiment of some former, all-encompassing, integral mythology.

The life of the word resides in the fact that it tenses and strains to produce a thousand associations, like the quartered body of the snake of legend, mityzacj separate pieces sought each other in the dark. Nienazwane nie istnieje dla nas. It is an absolute given. Every fragment of reality lives due to the fact that it partakes of some sort of universal meaning.

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Schulz, Bruno: Mityzacja rzeczywistości

When we employ commonplace words, we forget that they are fragments of ancient and eternal stories, that, like barbarians, we are building our homes out of fragments of sculptures and the statues of the gods. The life of the word and its development have been set on new tracks, on the tracks of practical life, and subjected to new notions of correctness. The spirit’s first and foremost function is to tell stories and to make up ‘tales’.

But when in some way the injunctions of rzczywistoci relax their strictures, when the word, released from such coercion, is left to its own devices and restored to its own laws, then a regression takes place within it, a backflow, and the word then returns to its former connections and becomes again complete in meaning – and this tendency of the word to return to its nursery, its yearning to revert to its origins, to its verbal homeland, we term poetry.

Knowledge tends to the same inductively, methodically, taking the entire material of experience into account. That which has no meaning is not real for us. The unnamed schupz not exist for us. Our most sober concepts and definitions are distant offshoots of myths and ancient stories. In the hands of the poet, the word, as it were, comes to its senses about its essential meaning, it flourishes and develops spontaneously in keeping with its own laws, and regains its integrity.

At present we consider the word to be merely a shadow of reality, its reflection. Poetry is the short-circuiting of meaning between words, the impetuous regeneration of primordial myth.

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But knowledge, too, is nothing more than the construction of myths about the world, since myth resides in its very foundations and we cannot escape beyond myth. In the hands of the poet, the word, as it were, comes to its senses about its essential meaning, it flourishes and develops spontaneously in keeping with its own laws, and regains its integrity.

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Why something should appear meaningful to us is impossible to define. The driving force of human knowledge is the conviction that at the end of its investigations, it will discover the ultimate meaning of the world.

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For that reason, it retains within it a tendency to grow again, to regenerate, to become complete in its full meaning. To name something means to include it in some universal schuoz. The word itself, left to its own devices, gravitates towards meaning.

The thousandfold yet integral organism of the word was torn into individual phrases, into letters, into colloquial speech and in this new form, applied to practical needs, it has come down to us as an organ of understanding. Speech is the rzeczywistooci organ of man. That which has no meaning is not real for us.

But when in some way the injunctions of practice relax their strictures, when the word, released from such coercion, is left to its own devices and restored to its own laws, then a regression takes place within it, a backflow, and the word then returns to its former connections and becomes again complete in meaning – and this tendency of the word to return to its nursery, its yearning to revert to its origins, to its verbal homeland, we term poetry. The image is also an offshoot of the original word, the word which was not brunl a sign, mityzacha a myth, a story, or a meaning.