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

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

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Germanic Giants: Part 2

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

Germanic Giants: Part 1

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