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Likewise with the next figure, the "sovereign king" and his "train" (frame knowledge), who immediately and wholly supplant the first figure on the same ground and traverse the stage, windingly, probably from left to right or right to left (depending on the reader's physiological and memorial biases and again typically without salience).
I know nonbelievers, as I'm certain Wakefield does, who would happily surrender themselves to spirit, who would love to see the universe in a grain of sand, who would be windingly transformed, as Goethe said of Spinoza, into men and women drunk with the presence of God.