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  • noun Plural form of counterpole.


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  • In these collected essays on life and art, extending from 1904 to 1961, all of Hesse's abundant meditative energy, his proliferation of poles and counterpoles and syntheses, his masterly studies of Dostoevsky and Jean Paul and Hölderlin, his frank and penetrating discussion of moral and political and cultural issues, show him struggling to overcome the dichotomies of past and present, science and poetry, and espousing the belief "that there are not various peoples and minds but only One Humanity, only One Spirit."

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