Eclipses: Heidegger and Barfield, the 'Letting-Speak' of Poetry and the Transcendental Imagination, An Uncanny Resemblance

In Martin Ovens (ed.), Owen Barfield in Contemporary Contexts: Exploring his Thought and Influence. Cambridge, UK: (forthcoming)

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