From here on in, I say fuck writing poems that only make sense to other lost lovers that sat next to me throughout the philosophy classes that taught me how little I know about anything. Fuck writing long stanzas full of words that haven’t been used in hundreds of years. I don’t speak that way, … Continue reading Three days, no sleep or food, three states, a heart broken by the stone that replaced mine, and the unrelenting terror of having nowhere to go but home
Inevitable Equity: A Philosophical Analysis of Karl Marx’s Methodology Considering Karl Marx emerged from Hegel’s shadow in 19th century Germany, he was in need of a refreshing, if not unique, philosophical methodology. Such is the nature of philosophy; one cannot simply repeat their predecessor. No, each and every human yearning to be remembered in such … Continue reading Germanic Giants: Part 2
Seeking Synthesis: An Analysis of G.F.W. Hegel’s Methodology G.F.W. Hegel utilizes dialectical reason in his philosophic works to lead the reader on a rational journey towards logical truths. Classic philosophers including Plato have used dialectics in their work as a way of proving that the essential ideas of their argument are superior to any contradicting … Continue reading Germanic Giants: Part 1
Ne’er hath love been villainized in such degree as thou hath demanded; Thy wicked will caused all good to rot, and left love single handed. Cursed specter, cease this torment! Leave me to dream in peace. My place be not to make demands, therefore I request release From the soul-binding chains crafted by your apathetic … Continue reading The Face of Loving Torment
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