Monday, June 11, 2007

the owls are not what they seem

In his Metaphysics L1 (dating from around 1778-80), Kant wrote: "The thought of Swedenborg on this matter [the existence of two worlds] is quite sublime. He says: the spirit world composes a special real universe; this is the mundus intelligiblis [intelligible world\, from which this mundus sensibilis [sensible world] must be distinguished."

R. Lines, "Swedenborg and Kant", TLS May 5 2006, p. 17.



At 4:33 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said...

There's proof.


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