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 books.google.com Emily Dickinson. Finite — to fail, but infinite to Venture — Finite — to fail, but
infinite to Venture — For the one shipthatstruts the shore Many's the gallant —
overwhelmed Creature Nodding in Navies nevermore — For theIndexof the ... 

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creature's abundant possibilities, we in loving realize our own infinite potentials
for connection, ... Dickinson agrees: "Finite — to fail, but infinite to Venture — . 

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coordinates of failure as a structure of feeling, knowledge, and identity. As she
phrased it in one of her poems on failure: Finite – to fail, but infinite to Venture –
For the one ... 

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come. The. Flags Vex a Dying Face. For each ecstatic instant. Four Trees — upon
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1830–1886) Despite the fact that the ... is no more difficult than finding primitives,
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 books.google.com How can we be sure that we shall never succeed in conceiving space as finite ?
The answer again is clear ; because we know space to be infinite and, hence, all
attempts to conceive it as finite will fail, forever and ever. ... But in utter
unconsciousness of its absurdity it assures us that it knows the details to be
infinite, and, hence, inexhaustible by the ... Consistent agnosticism would only
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 books.google.com How can we be sure that we shall never succeed in conceiving space as finite ?
The answer again is clear ; because we know space to be infinite and, hence, all
attempts to conceive it as finite will fail, forever and ever. ... But in utter
unconsciousness of its absurdity it assures us that it knows the details to be
infinite, and, hence, inexhaustible by the ... Consistent agnosticism would only
affirm " I do not know," and never venture to affirm " I cannot know," still less, "
Noonecan know. 

 