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"For emerging out of science itself is a new vision that connects us with everything in the universe and attaches us in the web of life on earth. This scientific version of our origins is a rephrasing of what are often thought of as primitive worldviews."

David Suzuki "We are part of the Web," Inventing the Future (Toronto: 1989), p. 223.










  Magritte, "False Mirror," 1928

Magritte "seems to insinuate limits to the authority of optical vision: a mirror provides a mechanical reflection, but the eye is selective and subjective. . . . the viewer both looks through it, as through a window, and is looked at by it, thus seeing and being seen simultaneously."


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Galileo first saw four moons circling Jupiter and was amazed by what he recorded. The use of mirrors and frames in Post-Renaissance art shown here by Albrecht Dürer enabled artists to depict the world in a new, more precise manner, 1525. The Cartesian coordinate system allowed formulas to be represented in three dimensional space.
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