Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Quote

The contemplation of the architecture of the universe in the infinitely great and infinitely little of which it is composed, leads us inevitably to the conclusion that at the bottom of the whole an idea lies, according to which God in nature, and nature in God from eternity to eternity, works and shapes forth all things.


In: John Stuart Blackie, The Wisdom of Goethe, Nature - Natural History (p. 181), William Blackwood & Sons. Edinburgh, Scotland. 1883

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