The Poetics of Philosophy is my attempt to hear what academic philosophy attempts to silence, namely, how reason resonates with madness. It is thus a stinging of the great steed of academia in order to recover and re-experience what otherwise would be repressed by the exigencies of bureaucratic-commodity life in the late capitalist world. An analysis of Plato's principal dialogues with a view towards developing the author's conception of thinking, knowing, and loving, it incorporates the insights of Heidegger, Nietzsche, and Derrida. Provoking the world mind to reflect upon its phenomenological possibility for Being dispersed within its daily routines or business, the book argues for the metaphysicality of physical reality articulated through the narrative trope of fractal dialectical logic.The present volume's more general implications extend the insights of the author's previous work in the area of social science. I refer to the possibility for world communist revolution, which is predicated on communism's thorough ridding itself of its naive materialist perspective, the relics of a Newtonian Universe, and its embracing of a fractal-dialectical logic (or similar) that is better able to incorporate the yearning for immortality, desire to experience beauty, and the need to have a meaningful life that define human species life. To articulate such a framework is the aim of my general research.
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Number of pages: 405
Weight: 404 g
Dimensions: 212 x 148 mm
Edition: Unabridged edition