Wendell Berry On The ‘Real’ And The ‘Ideal’

In ‘The Loss of The Future’ (from¬†The Long-Legged House, Shoemaker and Hoard, 2004 (1965), New York, p. 48) Wendell Berry writes: One of the most damaging results of the loss of idealism is the loss of reality. Neither the ¬†ideal or the real is perceivable alone. The ideal is apparent and meaningful only in relationContinue reading “Wendell Berry On The ‘Real’ And The ‘Ideal’”