Genealogy of Embodied Poetics (i. & ii.)

Cézanne 1860


  • “The child of the poet is both the poem and the reader: For the reader to intimate with the poem –and therefore understand it in its complexity– they must infuse themselves into the poem by organizing a synchronous equation of intuitions, qualia, and concepts. As a result, if the reader manages to align their perceptions with the pedagogy of the poet, the reader learns about themselves…