“Knowledge is to be defined in terms of inquiry, not vice-versa” Dewey, John. Logic – The Theory of Inquiry (Kindle Locations 435-439).
Andrew Nightingale holds an M.S. and B.A. in mathematics from Loyola University Chicago (2009), and Earlham College respectively. He is also a former Buddhist monk. He has published poetry with Trial by Fire (https://store.kobobooks.com/en-us/ebook/i-would-like-the-woods), Ascent Aspirations (http://www.davidpfraser.ca/fridays-poems-2017.html) and PoetsHaven.com. He has published two scholarly articles related to philosophy. You can find his essay on questions in math and poetry published online at (https://questionsarepower.files.wordpress.com/2016/03seoc/many_roads_from_the_axiom_of_completenes-2.pdf) and the second published by sage at http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/1464884916689150. Here is a link to his dissertation done at Mahidol University completed June, 2018. Here is his 2019 contribution A Defense of Poetry Against the Mathematicians.
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Mosquitos swim in air.
To them blood is flesh
And iron, law.
But the vast twisting dragons in the night sky
Pass through us like mist.
I have felt them slip through my fevered thoughts
A cool wind in a desert of number.