poetizer


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poetizer

(ˌpəʊɪˈtaɪzə) or

poetiser

n
(Poetry) censorious a person who composes verses, usually of an inferior nature
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Noun1.poetizer - a writer who composes rhymes; a maker of poor verses (usually used as terms of contempt for minor or inferior poets)
author, writer - writes (books or stories or articles or the like) professionally (for pay)
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Language is the house [das Haus] of Being' ("Letter on 'Humanism'", Pathmarks, Cambridge UP 2006, 239), and 'The thinkers and poetizers [Denkenden undDichtenden] are the custodians of this dwelling [Behausung]' (GA9, 313).
We remarked earlier that, not only does Nietzsche see the "faithful" view as claiming sole possession of "Truth," but that he also charges this perspective with seeking to exclude--or, even worse, destroy--any and all ideas which set themselves in opposition to it: "Many sick people have always been among the poetizers and God-cravers; furiously they hate the lover of knowledge" (Zarathustra 33); and: "The Church has at all times desired the destruction of its enemies" (Twilight of the Idols 54).