"To his sight
The husk of natural objects opens quite
To the core; and every secret essence there
Reveals the elements of good and fair;
Making him see, where Learning hath no light."
John Keats "The Poet," (1821)
Philosophy is to pose questions, greatest ones, and Visioning is working out all the answers for it.
And who is the most possible to have vision about the great Task? Poets. Great ones. Like Keats. Like Homer.