Tim Morton lecturing on object-oriented poetry.

Romanticism 20: Keats and Shelley and OOO.

I’m reminded of an earlier reflection on Whitehead’s and Schelling’s process ontology of organism and the principle of non-contradiction.

Keat’s Ode on a Grecian Urn.

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  1. i listed to a poetry class that discussed the absence of imagery in the poem that depicts that absence but at the same time represents it…. d’yall know what i am on about? which poetry lecture was it out of the ‘how to read poetry anywhere lectures…

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