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Or maybe questions are answers themselves simply by virtue of pointing to their sheer existence?  And it's us who project on to poetry the questions, quests and quotients which concern us at the present moment?

When a book and a head collide and a hollow sound is heard, must it always have come from the book? -- Lichtenberg

 

 

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On 7/21/2018 at 9:53 AM, Graham Barnett said:

But are there examples where philosophy is poetry?  Or poetry is philosophical?

Well I guess it depends on how you define them.  For someone like Schelling (certainly Schelling from 1809 on) they were at least somewhat (if not completely?) synonymous.

When a book and a head collide and a hollow sound is heard, must it always have come from the book? -- Lichtenberg

 

 

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