9.2, Melville and the Poetic Praised

From a letter from one of the great American poets to another. From Melville while he is still birthing Moby Dick to Hawthorne, his friend. “My development has been all within a few years past. I am like one of those seeds taken out of the Egyptian Pyramids, which, after being three thousand years a …

9.1, On the Value of the Poetic and Literal

The logical, the mathematical, the economic (praxeology) are, and must be, technical, precise and clear. And there is much in promises (contracts) that is improved by a an employment of the precise and clear in meaning. But, it would be wrong to take this sphere of meaning as the everything. It is literally everything. But …