mundum esse caecum
Lucretius, de rerum natura libros sex (Remondini, 1788)
Biblioteca de Catalunya, digitized July 6, 2009
has anyone delved into marbling on the slant so to speak, into its imaginative impact on the one-out-of-a-thousand (or ten thousand) readers who, adrift, drifted in — whose cerebellum met its match there — who derived therefrom something about chaos or order, some vision of hell, an accidental dream or nightmare; in a primitive, phenomenological encounter with its decorative excess... something like gazing into the depths of the burning hearth.
from a search for mundum esse caecum (the world is blind)
blind; dreams; marbled paper; mouth; musings; Lucretius