poetry

Thee and Thou in the Here and Now

Being at least partially, though unwillingly, a product of modernity, I somewhat understand the forced evolution of language. While the generations before us melted words over decades, following the natural flow of tribal vernacular that morphed ‘Caesar’ into ‘Czar’ or ‘Kaiser,’ today’s progressive culture has pushed the hand of language to eliminate and replace language at an even more rapid […]

Conversion and Poetry

I live in Canada and am currently teaching a course in Logic.  My usual preoccupation with conversion, therefore, is a rather dull affair.  When I convert US dollars to those of the Great White North, I receive the monetary equivalent in Canadian currency.  When I instruct my logic students on how to convert propositions, I explain that a universal negative […]