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Understanding and imagination--poetry, perhaps--meet with Levertov's method of careful attention here, but still, the quality of the practice differs from Weil's: there is no sense that such attention presumes or nourishes an ethics, a theology of immanent transcendence--an incarnational or sacramental faith--that it specifically challenges contemporary crises of power, language, or thought, or even that it is marked by consent.
6) Throughout her writings, and with greatest emphasis following her most pronounced spiritual experiences, Weft insists on an attentiveness marked by consent as a shaping exercise to be used precisely against the crises of early- and mid-twentieth century western culture.