Nevermore, The Dialectical

By Zulumathabo Zulu © 2017

Herein, dialectical case
Elsewhere, the case to rephrase
To underscore the modal
To undercut the dialectical
A polished, syntactist
Foregrounds, the pragmatist
Nevermore, the dialectical

The dialectical, rephrased!
By the syntactist, unfazed!
The modal case rehashed
While dialectical hashed
Duplicate, like vogue
Original, like outcast
Nevermore, the dialectical

Contextual Commentary

A prudent and strategising organism must correctly solve the dialectical case of the survival problem without corrupting the PST (problem statement thesis) in order to preserve and enhance its survival experience in the terrestrial space. The terrestrial space is philosophically referenced, among the Zulu, as Umhlaba (the fertile ground of the cactus) in order to underscore the strategic knowledge of the PST. The imperative of the PST is like a modal window that does not go away until the user has provided a dialogic input to inform the direction.

The efficacy of the survival strategy depends on the PST serving as a compass that selects and directs the best Mothati (the graphical sequence from the philosophical constructs of the Basotho) to enhance the survival experience of the organism.

An ethically compliant PST with a scientific rigour is a prerequisite to the survival strategy of the naive organism in the face of new terrestrial perturbations that have a way of reappearing as a fresh challenge like a newly fanged Masumu of Matamong. This empirical fact is also attested for in the indefatigable struggles of the mighty albatross that traverses the turbulant troposphere in a literary piece Unruly Winds from the book The Sacred Knowledge of the Desert: African Philosophical Transcendence (Zulu, 2014) published by Madisebo University College Press and cited below:

“To descend like resized
Meteoric rise like chastized
The albatross defeats great winds
Yet unruly winds reappear
Like a fresh challenge from the rear”


The Mighty Albatross

A naive organism, without a rigorous PST as a survival tool, can be easily hypnotised by the spell of the new fangs in a situation that is not well rehearsed and problematised to an extent of losing the dialectical and moral compass as a result of the invasive infinitessimal changes that drive an imperceptible wedge between the organism and the moral trajectory of the erudite ancients who have charted the path before for the survival benefit of the naive organism.

Published by Zulumathabo

Research Scientist and Director: Madisebo University Research Institute. Metaphysical Scientist; African Philosopher; Software Engineer, Published Author, Inventor, Lexicographer, Intellectual Historian and Contextual Poet.

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