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ART. V. A Grammar of the Sanskrita Language, by Charles Wilkins, L.L.D. F.R.S. 4to. p. 662. London, 1808. A Grammar of the Sungskrit Language, composed from the works of the most esteemed Grammarians; to which are added examples for the exercise of the St

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ART. V. A Grammar of the Sanskrita Language, by Charles Wilkins, L.L.D. F.R.S. 4to. p. 662. London, 1808.

A Grammar of the Sungskrit Language, composed from the works of the most esteemed Grammarians; to which are added examples for the exercise of the Student, and a complete List of the Dhatoos or Roots, by W. Carey, Teacher of the Sungskrit, Bengalee, and Mahratta Languages, in the College of Fort William. Serampore, printed at the Mission Press, folio, pp. 906, app. 108, Index 24, 1806.

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February, 2005

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The Fourfold Visions of William Blake and Martin Heidegger

William Blake and Martin Heidegger both drew on a fourfold conception of being. For Blake, the Four Zoas (Luvah, Tharmas, Urizen, and Urthona) represent at once a cosmology of the universe and of the human soul. For Heidegger, the fourfold of "Earth, Sky, Gods, and Mortals" provide a schema for understanding authentic being. In an attempt to synthesize these conceptions, this essay performs a visual mapping of both fourfolds onto an image from Blake's Milton: A Poem. The goal of this exercise is not just to compare Blake and Heidegger, however, but to demonstrate how Blake's visual/mythological schema might be used to generate innovative methodologies in humanities research.
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