Excerpt from An Epitome of the History of Philosophy, Vol. 1 of 2: Being the Work Adopted by the University of France for Instruction in the Colleges and High Schools; Translated From the French
But when we come out from the state of illusion and contemplate the universe, all... forms, all names, all distinctions vanish, and we perceive no longer anything but substance, without distinction, without name, without form, the pure unity where the know. Ing and the known are identical.
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