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Aut Caesar

By Theodor Damian

I’ve had too much

of too much

in the old times they used to say something

I don’t want to hear anymore

Aut Caesar, aut nihil

I don’t want Caesar anymore

I want nihil

nihil, not nihilism

I kindly ask philosophers not to confound me

nihil brings me somewhere

nihilism nowhere.

Theodor Damian, born in Romania, currently lives in New York. Â Since 1992 he has been a professor of Philosophy and Ethics at the Metropolitan College of New York, Audrey Cohen School for Human Services and Education, and president of the Romanian Institute of Orthodox Theology and Spirituality. He is a poet and director of “Lumina Lina/ Gracious Light” trimestrial magazine and has published over 15 books in the fields of theology, philosophy, and poetry.


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