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Unformatted text preview: 9. An interest in the exploration of the psychological 10. A desire for transcendence with the feeling that transcendence could not be achieved. 11. A belief in art as a somewhat privileged kind of human experience. 12. A skepticism that emerges from the notion that human ideas about the world seldom fit the complexity of the world itself, and thus a sense that multiplicity, ambiguity and irony are the necessary responses of the intelligent mind to the human condition; 13. An awareness of primitiveness and savagery as the condition upon which civilization is built, and therefore an interest in the experience and expressions of non- European peoples....
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- Ontology, Reality, 19 century, Joyce.