Object-oriented Ontology and the Non-dual in Poetry

Phenomenology, namely the transcendental phenomenology of Edmund Husserl, was being developed at the same time as the writings of both the symbolists and the early objectivists (then known as the imagists), and while perhaps not directly influential, both existed at least within the same intellectual sphere and larger cultural climate that was fomenting. Sort of like the hyperobjects we are hitherto about to discuss.

Hyperobjects have the unique characteristic of being both object and event. They are objects in that they have a name and a…