[Milton-L] Info request - Uncreation in PL
antinomian2 at hotmail.com
Fri Aug 1 15:02:30 EDT 2008
As verse your note scans delightfully.
Uncreation in PL
Does Fish, or anyone
Align the notion of Milton's text
As "self-consuming artifact"
With an ordained devolution
Of the artifact of God's creation?In doctrinal history is
The biblical picture of a final
(Stars falling, elements melting, heavens
Rolling up like a scroll)
Treated as a consequence
Necessarily of the Fall, or
Rather as built-in, so
To speak, to the raw, mere,
Nature of the physical creation?Sh's "to the last syllable
Of Recorded time" may have
No relevance to PL But seems to me
A marvelously suggestive
Yoking, or "imping," of (A)
The idea that creation is a text
With an ordaind end
The picture of our conscious
Willing life as a thing
That tails off finally into incoherence.
> From: bcarlb at comcast.net> To: milton-l at lists.richmond.edu> Subject: Re: [Milton-L] Info request - Uncreation in PL> Date: Wed, 30 Jul 2008 12:23:12 -0400> > Does Fish, or anyone, align the notion of Milton's text as "self-consuming > artifact" with an ordained devolution of the artifact of God's creation?> > In doctrinal history, is the biblical picture of a final > isassembly --stars falling, elements melting, heavens rolling up like a > scroll--- treated as a consequence necessarily of the Fall, or, rather, as > built-in, so to speak, to the raw, mere, nature of the physical creation?> > Sh's "to the last syllable of recorded time" may have no relevance to PL, > but seems to me a marvelously suggestive yoking, or "imping," of (A) the > idea that creation is a text with an ordaind end, and (B) the picture of our > conscious, willing life as a thing that tails off finally into incoherence.> > -Carl> > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "James Rovira" <jamesrovira at gmail.com>> To: "John Milton Discussion List" <milton-l at lists.richmond.edu>> Sent: Tuesday, July 29, 2008 9:25 PM> Subject: Re: [Milton-L] Info request - Uncreation in PL> > > > I'm sure other scholars here can give you more direct references, but> > you may want to search chaos theory approaches to PL.> >> > Then try not to strangle yourself.> >> > Jim R> > _______________________________________________> > Milton-L mailing list> > Milton-L at lists.richmond.edu> > Manage your list membership and access list archives at > > http://lists.richmond.edu/mailman/listinfo/milton-l > > _______________________________________________> Milton-L mailing list> Milton-L at lists.richmond.edu> Manage your list membership and access list archives at http://lists.richmond.edu/mailman/listinfo/milton-l
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