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Then, we would be poised to see that imaginative experience is a mode of learning to ask more of ourselves as appreciators or noticers.
I'm a poor noticer of clothes--the exact human opposite of the
(P, I) Darcy Heart O'Hara is a noticer and collector of tiny treasures.
John Dunne was, in Saul Bellow's classic self-description, "a first-class noticer." This gift enabled him to recreate the world and its inhabitants in swift, deft phrases, not telling us what they were like but allowing us to feel their deepest and truest resonations just by letting us overhear them in conversation.
It is here that Kirzner's (1973) concept of the entrepreneur as the "noticer of opportunity" and entrepreneurial behavior as "action taken on noticed opportunities," becomes important.
Comey is what Saul Bellow called a "first-class noticer." He notices, for instance, "the soft white pouches under" Trump's "expressionless blue eyes"; coyly observes that the president's hands are smaller than his own "but did not seem unusually so"; and points out that he never saw Trump laugh -- a sign, Comey suspects, of his "deep insecurity, his inability to be vulnerable or to risk himself by appreciating the humour of others, which, on reflection, is really very sad in a leader, and a little scary in a president."