Imperative (prejective), conjunctive or optative (subjective), preterite or perfect (trajective), neutral indicative (objective) are grammatical necessities arising out of times and spaces.
— Eugen Rosenstock-Huessy
Click for PDF: Martin Zwick / Rosenstock-Huessy’s “Cross of Reality” and Systems Theory
Martin Zwick / Ideas and Graphs: the Tetrad of Activity
Click to access QUADRILATERAL%20TEACHING.pdf
Caryl Johnston / Grammar, Speech, Rhetoric, & the Fate of Humanity
One thought on “Eugen Rosenstock-Huessy and His Cross of Reality”
Extremely interesting post. I appreciate your research in finding this. I read his mini-biography on one of the links and he definitely sparked some interest in me.. I have been particularly interested in the machinations of WWII, so his insights will be much appreciated. As an aside, my friend, Judy’s sister-in-law teaches poli-sci at Dartmouth and unbelievable as it may seem, my father went to Dartmouth for a semester as part of the V-12 program run by the Department of Defense during WWII.