„Life is writing. The sole purpose of mankind is to engrave the thoughts of divinity onto the tablets of nature.“

—  Friedrich Schlegel, “On Philosophy: To Dorothea,” in Theory as Practice (1997), p. 420
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1772 - 1829

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