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Posit Definition of Posit by Merriam Webster Posit definition is to dispose or set firmly fix Recent Examples on the Web In the first split second afterward, many physicists posit, the universe went through a phase of extremely rapid expansion a process called inflation Brendan Z Foster, Scientific American, Did Galaxies Grow from Quantum Static ,JuneThe researchers posit that vitamin D may decrease this risk byTraduction posit Dictionnaire anglais franais Larousse posit Traduction Anglais Franais Retrouvez la traduction de posit, mais galement la conjugaison de posit, sa prononciation, des exemples avec le mot posit Dictionnaire, dfinitions, traduction, sectionexpression, conjugaison Traduction posit franais Dictionnaire anglais Reverso traduction posit dans le dictionnaire Anglais Francais de Reverso, voir aussi post ,position ,positive ,post , conjugaison, expressions idiomatiques Posit definition of posit by The Free Dictionary Define posit posit synonyms, posit pronunciation, posit translation, English dictionary definition of posit trv posited , positing , positsTo assume or put forward, as for consideration or the basis of argument If a book is hard going, it ought to be To recognize a nexus of cyclical energy in Posit, involving the poetic I inhering, an association of asserted subjectivity with heterosexual sexual arousal and the phallic specifically, the phallus in the act of sexual intercourse I begin with Come to the Point The poem Come to the Point, with its blatant rhetorically dual minded, subtle essence to come to the point in an argumentative, discursive, or dialectical context, and to come as in to ejaculate , has a parallel structure inher To recognize a nexus of cyclical energy in Posit, involving the poetic I inhering, an association of asserted subjectivity with heterosexual sexual arousal and the phallic specifically, the phallus in the act of sexual intercourse I begin with Come to the Point The poem Come to the Point, with its blatant rhetorically dual minded, subtle essence to come to the point in an argumentative, discursive, or dialectical context, and to come as in to ejaculate , has a parallel structure inhering in the first and last line I am that I The line breaks I am come to the point emphasize the curious juxtaposition of discursive and phallic potency that critical cruxes can literally or figuratively be seminal Here, in this self critical meta crux, manifesting in the unlikely context of a work of verbal art, the positing has to do with a critical line or self perpetuated discourse dialectic in favor of the reemergence of first person singular perspectives in order to inaugurate a new era of textual freedom and I propelled experimentation for poets and dialecticians The first person singular, expressed in poetic language, is also revealed to encompass phallic energy just as Posit courts the acknowledgment and embrace of certain forms manners of phallocentrism To Posit something, in this compressed matrix of interests, is to enact a textual pelvic thrust The slipping down in Come to the Point is meant to convey both seduction sensuality the slipping down, perhaps, of underclothes , and a sense of ease and freedom in the slide back into first person perspectives in text I am that Ithat stations metaphor on a boat tobe carried across.that makes little songs on banisters,which are slipped down.that slips down antique devices,china cutlery white.I am coming to the point I amcome to the point.I am that I I must climb upfrom a whirlpoolswirling down,but sans beliefin signification I must say Iw out knowinghow or whythis can happenin language I must believein my ownexistence, droplets stoppingmy mouth alone, derelict, I must come back,again, again, til this emptinessis known, shown.I married into blood broken necks, endless anemic privation, but no regret You see, hunger fills me I like vampire hours no sleep , a blood vessel pay check, diabolical companionship, tag team seductions, guileless maidens about to be drunk We know what sweetness is in starvation We ve found, satiety is death s approval stamp If you crave, there is room left in you If you want, you are a work in progress being finished is a cadaver s province Better to suck whatever comes The manner in which Posit slips down into Dracula s Bride to conclude what we see about the first person perspective being argued for or crux ed in Bill Allegrezza, that the poetic I perpetually manifests a kind of emptiness, which needs to be known, and shown, leads to the revelation of a persona Dracula s Bride , whose relationship to the phallic first person is both vampiric infantile, even and subservient to, as the poem ends, suck whatever comes The rhetorical heft of Dracula s Bride and her perspective has to do with sweetness in starvation, against satiety, consonant with the worship of the first person phallus which needn t be brandished only by males, this is all metaphor , which delivers both sweetness and emptiness in its mechanistic performance The emptiness of the first person singular contradicts or baffles its own power to inseminate but that contradiction, when applied to poetic language emptiness fullness, infertility insemination , is the bizarre synthesis which is the telos of Posit as a textual dialectic The positing, or discursive thrust, is into both empty textual space and whatever proverbial Dracula s Bride can receive the full empty seeds the right way and Posit both empties and deconstructs itself in the same motion or positing A possible allegorical overlay better to starve sweetly then to enter inseminate third person places As Complex and as Simple as a Mondrian PaintingPosit verb used with object 1 to place, put, or set.2 to lay down or assume as a fact or principle postulate noun3 something that is posited an assumption postulate.Adam Fieled takes the most insignificant observations and transforms them into moments of perfectly polished dramas From the random ramblings of this collection of poems he seems to delight in taking the reader by surprise and then adding a bit of shock to punctuate his obvious As Complex and as Simple as a Mondrian PaintingPosit verb used with object 1 to place, put, or set.2 to lay down or assume as a fact or principle postulate noun3 something that is posited an assumption postulate.Adam Fieled takes the most insignificant observations and transforms them into moments of perfectly polished dramas From the random ramblings of this collection of poems he seems to delight in taking the reader by surprise and then adding a bit of shock to punctuate his obvious gift of construction Like many painters his attention is drawn to landscapes and peoplescapes and the thoughts he derives are pure music.ILLINOIS SKYOne could singk upwards into it, lose brown earthy stains.Conglomerated air pockets,tucked into figments, wide enough to lend temporalitysense, day s square progress.This I don t know about, this feeling, expanse contracted,sex impulse etherealized, Ican t see this w former eyes It is, after all, a doorstep,just me entering me again cream purse, vulval sheenOr Fieled can mix mythology or stories or recollections or dreams in a manner that make them jump from the page EYEBALLSThey sent a maidto clean Jocasta s chamber, a stoutex maenad, stillfull of wine Shehappened uponthe two eyeballsof Oedipus, dousedwith blood, beneathJocasta s danglingfeet They weresmooth, tenderas grapes Shepocketed them.They became play things for her cats.Perhap there is use for everything,she thought, raising a glass to her lips and if I am a thief,who will accuse me Whatever motivates the outpouring of poems these rich we can only be thankful that he is registering them on paper a place to join him in his seemingly endless imagination and madness Grady Harp 4 1 2 stars