Imagine a thinking that could penetrate into certain otherwise hard-toreach places, like dental floss between the wisdom teeth or an endoscope into the stomach. It will make certain places visible for the very first time-individual branches of the otherwise intractable psychic cave system that runs through the bodies of all humans and can be discovered only by a resourceful imagination audaciously pushing forward into still unsecured galleries. This thinking is poetic thinking, and it is not the exclusive domain of poets and literati; rather, it is a method used by many small search parties that have started out from several directions unbeknownst to one another, an army of phenomenologists working on expanding the confines of our shared imaginaries.