Henricks on “the crucible of human experience”

Consistently, in Marxian thought society is seen as something of a workshop. That is, the world is less an object to behold or contemplate than an artifice that has been created and then inhabited. The setting–with its machines, sawdust, and sweat–is the crucible of human experience.

Thomas Henricks, Play Reconsidered p.33

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