- I make a start on what we know, trying to guess. I remember the look of the house of those years, which may be referred to in the letters anywhere. - Turn left ... Well, let it be no door handles. Let it be a picture. You can find out who was asleep in a bedroom, what books were on the shelves. All this has been arranged in a certain way. You can not leave all bare and empty? - No, - Marcus smiles. - No, if you can do something about it. If you just show the architecture, and can be left empty. But if you try to recreate the whole world - this will not work. Because it is a lie of another kind: they say, everything was empty. A story must be coherent. Here, right?
The Problem of the Rational Soul in the Thirteenth Century
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