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I get the timeless all the time on my Timex.
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Ken Armstrong <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

>On 4/1/2014 2:20 AM, Carrol Cox wrote:
>> This makes no sense, since it obliterates the struggle in those poems to grasp (fine images for) the _intersection_ of a hypothetical timeless with time. The Timeless itself is by definition unknowable. I suppose some way-out heretics dream of a direct knowledge of the timeless.
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>      LOL --  First time through, experiencing my own deteriorating 
>vision, I thought the author above was Peter and wondered what turned 
>him into such an uncharacteristic sourpuss.  If the timeless is "by 
>definition" unknowable, how was it defined? The little jeremiad and 
>"decision" about 4Q reminds me of the Heraklitos' fragment:
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>   "Although logos is common to all, most people live as if they had a 
>wisdom of their own."
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>After rereading those poems about 3 times a week for two or three years (back in the late '50) I finally decided that they were an interesting failure with some striking passages.
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>    Come to think of it, Heraklitos would be quite the glitter star in the twitterverse.
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>   No fooling,
>   Ken A
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