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Adolph Muschg / On the Radical

The Swiss writer, Adolph Muschg, (b. 1934) praises the radical: “How is the middle related to its fringes?. . . there lies its sense of touch for all the new that comes towards it; there the health of its metabolism is decided . . . there at the fringes the system learns — or closes itself off against its own survival.”

Adolf Muschg, is cited secondarily and without attribution in a letter to Donna Fleischer  by the director of the World Wildlife Federation, Swiss chapter, and translated from the original German by Bettina Viereck, June 2005, as quoted in the unpublished essay, “The Black Swans of Ellen Carey: Of Necessary Poetic Realities” by Donna Fleischer (2010).