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Plato and His Ruins
PLATO AND HIS RUINS
Welcome to this time of progressive aging
Where that old pure nature is always defiled
This sense of time – between Zeus and Chronos lies the parricide
Ruins of all nature – nothing more may exist
Ruins of all nature – corruption of ideas
Reminiscence – against all of our senses
A rope between sensible and intelligible?
Nothing can we build but everything is lost
The pilot of the universe let the helm go,
And retired to his place of view;
And then fate and innate desire
Reversed the motion of the world (PLATO, TIMAEUS)
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