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Three of Arendt's typically bold and rich claims about narrative action emerge as important: the notion of action as revealing an agent's own daimon: the condition that such action be revealable within a world or shared public space which has resilience yet vulnerability; and the potential for agents revealed within such a world to discover some form of narrative rebirth in their efforts at storytelling.
Hulme so often phrased it), Winters saw as romantic any instance where emotion was allowed to override reason and result in either obscurity or a statement counter to common (not shared, but rather, revealable) human experience.
For Kant, as for Winters, only that which is revealable under the condition of subjective perception of phenomena can be rationally described.