"The Struggle Between Time and Space"

  • Tillich P
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Abstract

But while time and space are bound to each other in such an inescapable way, they stand in a tension with each other which may be considered as the most fundamental tension of existence. In the human mind, this tension becomes conscious and gets historical power. Human soul and human history, to a large extent, are determined by the struggle between space and time.

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  • Paul Tillich

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