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By: John Shotter & Arlene M. Katz

In: Relational Responsibility: Resources for Sustainable Dialogue

Chapter 14: Creating Relational Realities: Responsible Responding to Poetic ‘Movements’ and ‘Moments’

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Creating Relational Realities: Responsible Responding to Poetic ‘Movements’ and ‘Moments’
Creating relational realities: Responsible responding to poetic ‘movements’ and ‘moments’
JohnShotterArlene M.Katz

A[n] executant [is] one who “acts out” the material before him (sic) so as to give it intelligible life … the executant invests his own being in the process of interpretation. His readings, his enactments of chosen meanings and values, are not those of external survey. They are a commitment at risk, a response which is, in the root sense, responsible.

Steiner (1989, pp. 7–8)

The “otherness” which enters into us makes us other.

Steiner (1989, p. 188)

But as all severoll soules contain

Mixture of things, they know not what,

Love, these mixt soules, doth mixe againe,

And makes both one, each this and that …

When love, with one another so

Interanimates two ...

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