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The Sublime

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carl klimt

on 20 April 2010

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Transcript of The Sublime

" Nowadays you can go anywhere
in the world in a few hours,
and nothing is fabulous any more. "

-Roald Dahl the-king-of-the-jungle-trained.jpg Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport - Georgia, United States fabulous;

almost impossible to believe; incredible. Philip Shaw on The Sublime;

"the idea of infinity is beyond words" "in Psalm 139, David proclaims that divine knowledge 'is too wonderful' to express;
'it is high, i cannot attain it' sublime;

impressing the mind with a sense of grandeur or power;
inspiring awe, veneration, etc.: Switzerland has sublime scenery.

supreme or outstanding:

complete; absolute; utter: Anthony Ashley Cooper,

John Dennis, lesser known british writers on the Sublime atlanta airport serves 88 million passengers annually. Immanuel Kant Observations on the Feeling of the Beautiful and Sublime Killington Ski map feelings of enjoyment are subjective Longinus
Middle ages:
commonly used by alchemists to desribe the purifying process by which substances turn into a gas on being subjected to heat, then cool and become a newy transformed solid. Modern chemistry still refers to the 'sublimation' of substances but of course without its ystical alchemical connotation,
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