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That doesn't look like me at all - but then I've always felt that Blake was hugely overrated in some ways. It is one of his, isn't it?
I think that's Urizen, the creator God. Though from my rather scant knowledge of Blake it could be argued this creator god, isn't God in the absolute. You, God, if it isn't too much of a shock, don't actually look like anything, transcending,as you do, all concepts.
Does God transcend the concept of transcendence as well?
Of course, Gordon. God is the great Nothingness into which everything returns(after all is said and done). On similar lines, I've had reason to say to someone espousing non-attachment as an argument against "being in the world" or some such, that this idea includes non-attachment to the idea of non-attachment.
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