Poetry, Polyvocal, Philosophy: A Thought Experiment
This essay explores the polyvocality between poetry and philosophy. Using an Aristotelian (and Peircean) approach, the author examines how linguistic forms like negation, the "actual," and the "virtual" inform the polyvocal. Central is the claim that the polyvocal is prior to poetry and philosophy in time, account, and knowledge.
"Poetry, Polyvocal, Philosophy: A Thought Experiment" Mosaic (Canada; Vol. 45 No. 3 - September 2012