In loss there lies the birth of aesthetics. When poetry dies, it becomes reborn in an alien landscape of lost sentience. After death, aesthetics begins in the form of necro-modernism, hyper-surrealism, cyber-realism and post-futurism.  


This work concerns an inquiry into the concept of Nomos, a Greek word meaning both habit and law. Humanity is dominated by Nomos because without it there is only the specter of nothingness, and hence we seek to come to both an understanding and institutionalization of Nomos. This book is a journey from philosophy’s genesis…