Poetic Knowledge Entry: Cultivation – Simply Convivial

This is my own rabbit trail post for the Poetic Knowledge Book Club. cultivate cul·ti·vate    [kuhl-tuh-veyt] –verb (used with object), -vat·ed, -vat·ing. 1. to prepare and work on (land) in order to raise crops; till. 2. to use a cultivator on. 3. to promote or improve the growth of (a plant, crop, etc.) by labor and attention. 4. to produce by culture: to cultivate a strain of bacteria. 5. to develop or improve by education or training; train; refine: … Read More

Poetic Knowledge Book Club: Chapter 2, part 2 The Philosophical Foundations – Simply Convivial

For information and previous posts, see the page for this Poetic Knowledge Book Club This week we are covering pages 28-57 and next week we will read part 1 of Chapter 3: Connatural, Intentional, and Intuitive Knowledge (pages 59-75). I still have a few pages to go to finish this chapter myself. Chapter 2, part 2: The Philosophical Foundations of Poetic Knowledge Poetic Knowledge was further developed by Augustine, Benedict, and Aquinas. Poetic Knowledge is aesthetic knowledge enjoying something for … Read More

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