|Kenneth Burke, The Nature of Art under Capitalism, The Philosophy of Literary Form, 3rd revised ed. (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1973), 314-22.|
1. Originally published in The Nation 87 (Dec 1933): 675Ð77.
1. On p. 315, Burke refers to American philosopher and educator John Deweys (1859-1952) concept of occupational psychosis. This brief discussion of Deweys concept prefigures the prominent role it will play in the social theory Burke begins to develop in Permanence and Change (1935; see 37-49).
2. On p. 316, Burke refers to American economist and social theorist Thorstein Veblens (1857-1929) Theory of Business Enterprise (1904).