about philosophy--essays and papers and books, including On Loyalty and Love's Vision, which tackle age-old questions about ethics and the nature of love.
Philosophy sometimes seeps into his poems, too, even when he doesn't agree with the theories he explores.
Like The Solipsist, a seamless, circling marvel that channels the theory that the self is all that exists.
Don't be misled:
from Troy Jollimore: The ChronicleHerald: Mind and word: King's grad Jollimore on being a Guggenheim fellow