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In poems everywhere, one sees the referrential dream insistently denied.
Only one referrential word has survived from the overwhelming role of the supernatural in Kalidasa.
At the "modernist" end of these one would find (1) a foundationalist agenda that searches for indubitable beliefs that can respond to the modernist's skepticism: (2) a referrential and representational view of language; and (3) a metaphysical axis that gives ontological priority of the individual over the collective.