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If it’s not yet equivalent to the subtler violence of our educational system, with its illicit connection to the technostructure and its distant re›ection in Vietnam, there’s no reward in waiting for an escalation of inhumanities to make a balance. I can’t pretend to measure the point of no return, but the students who have been resisting forcefeeding by the system must eventually see there is only so much of a lesson the university can learn by force. When the university retaliates, nobody is learning anything.
Nietzsche anticipated this condition in The Genealogy of Morals and put the question we are forced with all scholarly scruple to put to ourselves: “We knowers are unknown to ourselves, and for good reason: how can we ever hope to ‹nd what we have never looked for? We are perpetually on our way thither, being by nature winged insects and honey gatherers of the mind. The only thing that lies close to the mind is the desire to bring something home to the hive. ’ . . ” In the presence of Dionysus we are quick to invoke Apollo.
The future of the humanities is, at least temporarily, not in our books or our artifacts but in these experiments, which are expanding the repertoire of learning and providing a subtler dialogue between the individual and authority, between person and person. They have brought ideas out of Plato’s cave into the realm of action and into the body itself—which is the long-neglected victim of our academic enterprise. Think of all the spiritual disciplines we have talked about, all the sacred texts we have studied, whose proper reading required physical preparation—just as Gargantua had to be prepared physically to be a Renaissance gentleman.
Reality Principles: From the Absurd to the Virtual by Herbert Blau