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Phy, and The it real history of progress in physics, philoso- and more especially in psychology, religion, is the history of incomprehensible cessations of conceptions that were unattainable by a given epoch, in spite of all that to them of the thoughts it did not could not, but because there was some mysterious command upon it not to. In the same way, the true history of art is the history of invisible, insuperable happened to lead it think, not because barriers, up it which only fall when the due time comes, without anyone understanding why this happens exactly when it does, and not just as well earlier or later.
1520] Thinking Drops the Tiller In modern thinking the same thing happens as in religion. Thinking drops the tiller from its hand in the middle of the storm. It renounces the idea of giving to human beings ideals by the help of which they can get on with reality. them to themselves, and that in a most terrible moment. For the present moment is terrible. Man has won power over the forces of nature and by that has become supermanand at the same time most miserable man! For It leaves this power over the eficially, With its but destructively.
The emergence of the world-view of Reverence for Life now summons it to face once more the question whether not join hands with Thought which is ethical and religious in character. [Life, pp. ] it will or will Quench Not It has significance for all future times that the the Spirit Symphony of Christianity began with a tremendous dissonance be- tween and thought, which later resolved itself into a harmony. Christianity can only become the living truth for faith successive generations if thinkers constantly arise within it who, in the Spirit of Jesus, make belief in Him capable of intellectual apprehension in the thought-forms of the worldtheir rime.
Albert Schweitzer: An Anthology by Albert Schweitzer (author), Charles R. Joy (editor)