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" Before the end, one began to pray to it; inherited instinct taught the natural expression of man before silent and infinite force. Among the thousand symbols of ultimate energy, the dynamo was not so human as some, but it was the most expressive. "
Digital Music Wars: Ownership and Control of the Celestial Jukebox - Page 1
by Patrick Burkart, Tom McCourt - 2006 - 163 pages
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The Unpartizan Review, Volume 10

Henry Holt - Periodicals - 1918
...hair'sbreadth further for respect of power, — while it would not wake the baby lying close against its frame. Before the end, one began to pray to it; inherited...instinct taught the natural expression of man before silent and infinite force. Among the thousand symbols of ultimate energy, the dynamo was not so human...
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Shelburne Essays: A New England group and others

Paul Elmer More - English literature - 1921
...hair'sbreadth further for respect of power, — while it would not wake the baby lying close against its frame. Before the end, one began to pray to it ; inherited...instinct taught the natural expression of man before silent and infinite force. Among the thousand symbols of ultimate energy, the dynamo was not so human...
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A New England Group and Others: Shelburne Essays, Eleventh Series

Paul Elmer More - American literature - 1921 - 295 pages
...hair'sbreadth further for respect of power, — while it would not wake the baby lying close against its frame. Before the end, one began to pray to it; inherited...instinct taught the natural expression of man before silent and infinite force. Among the thousand symbols of ultimate energy, the dynamo was not so human...
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A New England group and others: Shelburne essays, eleventh series

Paul Elmer More - 1921 - 295 pages
...hair'sbreadth further for respect of power, — while it would not wake the baby lying close against its frame. Before the end, one began to pray to it; inherited...instinct taught the natural expression of man before silent and infinite force. Among the thousand symbols of ultimate energy, the dynamo was not so human...
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Shelburne Essays, Volume 11

Paul Elmer More - American literature - 1967
...hair'sbreadth further for respect of power, — while it would not wake the baby lying close against its frame. Before the end, one began to pray to it; inherited...instinct taught the natural expression of man before silent and infinite force. Among the thousand symbols of ultimate energy, the dynamo was not so human...
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TechniUM.

Engineering - 1974
...hair's-breadth further for respect of power— while it would not wake the baby lying close against its frame. Before the end, one began to pray to it; inherited...instinct taught the natural expression of man before silent and infinite force. Among the thousand symbols of ultimate energy, the dynamo was not so human...
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Autonomous Technology: Technics-out-of-control as a Theme in Political Thought

Langdon Winner - Science - 1977 - 386 pages
...daily revolution, than this huge wheel, revolving within arm's length at some vertiginous speed. . . . Before the end, one began to pray to it; inherited...instinct taught the natural expression of man before silent and infinite force. Among the thousand symbols of ultimate energy, the dynamo was not so human...
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Rituals and Ceremonies in Popular Culture

Ray Broadus Browne - Social Science - 1980 - 349 pages
...we have reinvested our religious energies in a reified and deified technology. As Adams concluded: Before the end, one began to pray to it; inherited instinct taught the natural expressions of man before silent and infinite force. Among the thousand symbols of ultimate energy,...
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New World Metaphysics : Readings on the Religious Meaning of the American ...

Giles Gunn - Philosophy - 1981 - 482 pages
...hair's-breadth further for respect of power — while it would not wake the baby lying close against its frame. Before the end, one began to pray to it; inherited...instinct taught the natural expression of man before silent and infinite force. Among the thousand symbols of ultimate energy, the dynamo was not so human...
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