Tom D'Evelyn on Poetry and Its Others (philosophy, theology, poetics)
The metaxy is a “metaphysical” concept of how we live consciously in the world. It is often called “the between.” One may study it in the pages of Eric Voegelin, … Continue reading →
Yes, Horace: poets who think their minds represent reality are like poisoned grizzly bears loose in the forum.
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