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Newton as a Divine Geometer by William Blake

All the disputes and controversies of our age may be boiled down to a fundamental issue - the sense of history, the purpose and meaning of historical phenomena. Consciously or unconsciously, openly or covertly, there always lies the question what is history? From where does it come? Whither does it go? What is it for? Our age makes two fundamental types of response to these questions – rigorously antagonistic and contradictory. They also reflect an implicit and antagonistic anthropology, in that they presuppose questions about human destiny: what is it to be human? What is the purpose of human existence?

 
 

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