Fiction and Contracts

The measure of metaphor… and the madness of theatre.

The centre of the phenomenon of act A counting as act B is not the existence of rules and conventions, also not the existence of intentions, but rather the acquisition of rights and responsibilities.

Nicholas Wolterstorff. Works and Worlds of Art. (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1980). p. 205.

How often do readers feel they owe authors something? How often does the viewer, the listener, feel some duty?

And so for day 865

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