Our objectives are: Both the philosopher and the artist have to give thought to values of life. But they can not do that outside language that gives them the possibility to express concepts and metaphors. In fact, concepts are transmutations of emotions to abstractions by means of language. True philosophy is not possible unless it unifies thought and metaphor in a work of art and, at the level of human being, communication and communion between rationality and intuition. Both philosophers and artists think by means of metaphors (see Friedrich Nietzsche, Martin Heidegger, Lucian Blaga, Paul Ricoeur, Maurice Blanchot etc.) Speculative philosophy for instance is closer to poetical imagination than rigorous demonstration.