EppsNet Archive: Virgil

Like Virgil


Like Virgil, I recognize that I may have falsified reality in my attempt to create beauty . . . Read more →

Love Conquers All . . .


. . . including pleasure, peace, common sense, liberty and self-determination. Read more →

The Destined Reign of Troy


Here are provided seats of meditative joy Where shall rise again the destined reign of Troy — Virgil, Aeneid Read more →

My New Favorite Writer is Named Camille Paglia


Hi Everybody! It’s me, Lightning! I wanted to tell you that my new favorite writer is named Camille Paglia! A lot of people say that dogs and other animals can’t think because thought requires language and animals don’t know any language. Well, here is what Camille Paglia says about that: I disagree that language is or should be our primary medium for understanding the world. . . . Words are very important in human development, but they can never adequately explain the awesome mysteries of the universe. Dante dramatized this when Virgil, the Roman poet who is his guide through hell and purgatory, cannot accompany him to paradise. Virgil stands for reason and language, but sacred vision requires a leap into another dimension. . . . Exactly! I wish she said what kind of dog Dante is — maybe a pug! Expanded perception is closer to how animals are instinctively… Read more →