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19), a term that summarizes the whole philosophy and subversive cosmology of Bruno, containing ideas of margin and “lack of margin” together, absolutism and relativity, ideas of innumerability, of thinkable and unthinkable, imaginable and unimaginable, illimitable imagination for an unbounded universal space. According to Bruno, in fact, there were infinite worlds that spread throughout space, a structure of the universe made of suns and clusters of suns circling in grand orbits without any fixed center.
1), our souls have fallen in this cosmic game of snakes and ladders. In the multiplication and refraction of separate objects, man’s game is naming, and (following Adam, and the Babylonians) words are invented to reflect the cosmic process. The dream-vision of Poliphilo’s soul—descending toward the material world in words that one stumbles over like concrete objects, and rising through image-building—moves through a sequence of settings or environs in which the form of the One—as the Sun—is impressed.
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