Reason and Emotion


The world of reason is to be regarded as a great and immortal being, who ceaselessly works out what is necessary, and so makes himself lord also over what is accidental.

JOHANN WOLFGANG VON GOETHE, The Maxims and Reflections of Goethe

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2 Responses to Reason and Emotion

  1. David says:

    you are kidding ?! In todays attention deficit economy ?

  2. In time the ideal of reason will take its rightful place at the altar.

    Conversely, we must now wade through a period chaos and confusion — which I believe is what you are referring to.

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