Ah, Bradley!

I do so love F. H. Bradley’s prose.  Here’re a couple of questions from a paper, “Reality and Thought”.

Now, to get such a mode of apprehension as is identical with reality, is it not clear that predicate and subject, subject and object, and, in short, the whole relational form, must be merged?  Why should the Absolute want to make eyes at itself in a mirror, or, like a squirrel in a cage, to go the round of its perfections?

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