Student or Learner
1-does "it is still to arrive" means that it doesn't arrive yet?
2- what means " free play "? what is its difference with "play"?
yess. contexts are first!
" it likes plasticity , open-endness and free play"
it refers to postmodernism
I don't see RK online, so will try to answer.
It seems to me that "free play" in your context is likely to mean "the free play of ideas", i.e. "the unrestricted and imaginative transition from one idea to another".
All the best,
thanks mr ped .your response was ,as usual exact and helpful.
but a new question : what is "free-play"original meaning? is it related to children games and plays?
"Play" in this sense means "movement" or "exercise"; thus "free play" = "free movement".
"Play" in the sense "children's games" has the same essential meaning: when children "play", they move about a lot.
Cf. "playing an instrument", which also usually involves movement of hands, etc.
Have a pleasant Sunday,