While trying (unsuccessfully) to find a copy of Every's "Christian
Discrimination" I did come across "The Common Pursuit" by F.R. Leavis at
It is a copy of a 1964 printing with a 1952 copyright.
Besides having a reprint of Leavis's "The Logic of Christian Discrimination"
from Scrutiny magazine on page 248 there are essays on Eliot. The webpage
that I've sent you to has a choice of presentation formats.
On Fri, 5 Oct 2012 08:41:28 -0700, Chokh Raj <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>THE LOGIC OF CHRISTIAN DISCRIMINATION�
FR Leavis' review of George Every's 'Poetry and Personal Responsibility'�
"As for Christian Discrimination, it needs to be said that there�
can be no substitute for the scrupulous and disinterested approach�
of the literary critic. If Christian belief and Christian attitudes�
have really affected the critic's sensibility, then they will play their�
due part in his perceptions and judgments, without his summoning�
his creeds and doctrines to the job of discriminating and pronouncing."�