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"When poetry, art and religion have ceased wholly to interest, or when they show no longer any tendency to struggle with ultimate problems and to come to an understanding with them; when the sense of mystery and enchantment no longer draws the mind to wander aimlessly and to love it knows not what; when, in short, twilight has no charm — then metaphysics will be worthless." — F.H. Bradley

Hieronymus Bosch, Garden of Earthly Delights

['Garden of Earthly Delights' Hieronymus Bosch c. 1504]

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