Category Archives: C.S. Lewis

Madness as “hyperreflexivity”

Sass suggests that the phenomenology of madness should take its bearings from the concept of “hyperreflexivity”: the madman layers and categorizes his experiences in self-reflection so delicate and dense that it obscures the ordinary course of life. This is an … Continue reading

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The stars are angels

“…Nec sicut cogitantur Angeli mundi spiritus caelestia corpora inspirantes, atque ad arbitrium quo serviunt Deo mutantes atque versantes…” “Nor as the Angels of the world are thought, spirits inspiring the heavenly bodies, and by the the will by which they … Continue reading

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