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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.
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.