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Obeying Ellison's sense of jazz music's sacral embodiment, this priestess of the blues emerges not from on high but autochthonously, from the soil: over against the "meaningless artiness" of those who would affect to sing spirituals while barren of the spirit, Smith forever reminds her listeners "of the earth out of which we came" (12).
They came to life autochthonously as the classical Greek concept, and now anthropological term, would have it--out of the earth itself.
In addition, Heidegger's fundamental ontology and metaphysical history of being are exclusionary: only autochthonously rooted cultures have dignity and are entitled to reign.
These seemed, in their time, almost chaotic with the Hobbesian imperative of social control as a barricade against the natural incivility of human nature almost lost in the welter of democratic entitlement and instability The increasing demand for etiquette manuals in the United States, dating from the end of the Civil War, Goodman show is the immediate background of the novels of manners It might have been helpful, however, to give some indication of the genealogy of manners--after all, the science of comportment did not spring autochthonously from American soil in 1865, and the long development of civility manuals in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries directly informed Enlightenment ideas of behaviour, which were so crucial to the formation of the American state.
A king wearing the national costume on Independence Day would seem, at first blush, to affirm a resurgent national spirit, an investment by Greeks in the autochthonously Greek.