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Dyson 2004: 16–17) I hope that I have been able to demonstrate at least a measure of such humility. I have organised the book into two sections; Part I explores metaphor and Part II focusses on dialectic. In each section there are three chapters; the ﬁrst chapter develops the theoretical argument and the following two chapters focus on application. The ‘application’ chapters also follow a similar pattern; after an introduction the chapter’s theme is developed in relation to the individual, the organisation and the wider society.
In Indian tradition the emphasis is not on deﬁnitions but on what is called lakshana. Lakshana are attributes. We need not the deﬁnition of truth but the lakshana, the attributes of truth. (Badrinath 1996: 158–159) Lakoff and Johnson (1980) suggested that categories are not deﬁned (or not solely deﬁned) in terms of an agreed set of inherent properties but that those attributes that we add or subtract to the category (or what Ricoeur would term the ‘frame of reference’) are determined largely by our own experiences and further, primarily in terms of our interactions with others.
5 Seamus Heaney, Mahmoud Darwish and Adrienne Rich are more recent examples of poets who have explored the connections between poetry and social change. In his essay The Redress of Poetry Heaney writes that poetry ‘offers a response to reality which has a liberating and verifying effect on the individual spirit’ (Heaney 1996: 2), for the poet ‘the movement [within the writing process] is from delight to wisdom’ (Heaney 1996: 5). The political philosopher Elaine Scarry also argues that beauty can promote justice, that ‘beauty is a call on us to create something better’ (Scarry 19996).