or a book of tides / and mutterings
It would not matter if it were a bible or a book of tides.
— Georgina Harding. The Solitude of Thomas Cave (2007) : 186
9756 Turn, ed, ing, s.
9758 in the hawse.
9759 of the tide.
9760 the hands up.
ex Thornton A. Jenkins, comp., Telegraphic Dictionary of the United States Navy. (1868)
University of Chicago copy, digitized February 27, 2012
...and mutterings that sometimes seemed so coherent that I looked for meaning in them, only they were in no language that I have heard before or since.
— Georgina Harding. The Solitude of Thomas Cave (2007) : 194
Thomas Cave puts me in mind of the Kantian idea of Sapere Aude! (Have courage to use your own understanding); and refuels my halting though ongoing ruminations on experimental religion / preaching / reading.
I have made a trial of the fire...
— Georgina Harding. The Solitude of Thomas Cave (2007) : 42
tags: Georgina Harding; experimental philosophy; mutterings; Sapere aude!; solitude; tides; turns