Tag Archives: Philopoetry

The Nietzsche Poem

As my fellow OPers know, I’m casually putting together a collection of love poetry as written by, or related to, the great philosophers.  I’m not sure why I’m doing this, but it’s a fun diversion, so I suppose that’s reason … Continue reading

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The Cantor Poem

  Here’s the latest in my series of love poems a la the Great Philosophers.  Cantor was technically a mathematician, of course, but apparently he regarded himself as more of a philosopher.  Anyway…   THE CANTOR POEM In the house … Continue reading

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The Hobbes Poem

For some reason I like the idea of writing love poems organized around themes from the Great Philosophers. The Hobbes Poem Our Love was a Prisoner’s Dilemma. … And you defected first.  

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The Kant Poem

So every now and then I dash off a poem. And ‘dash off’ is really the right expression. Oh, and they’re not good–more word play than poetry. But enough false modesty! Here’s my latest masterpiece. The Kant Poem In your … Continue reading

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