If, as Wittgenstein states, “philosophy ought really to be written only as a poetic compression,” it follows poems can offer an effective means of exposing intricacies.

Beyond the norm of conventionality, such compositions can provide an exit from what’s linear, reveal hypertextual pathways, uncover multiple meanings.

Although this collection often exemplifies the familiar, it's interspersed with some denser pieces asking you to participate beyond a mere reading.

Navigate your own archive of knowledge, thoughts and images, “see aspects,” “write” your own response, lose this author in the process, use the lexias of which Barthes spoke — find “the plurality of entrances.”

—Author's Note, The Plurality Of Entrances