Looking at Crivelli - the other-worldly realism - colour and line - a dream more real than any awakening - no debased muddy colour that creeps into art later.
This produces wonder ...
rolling in generation
on the flowery couch
as on a bank in Arden -
[Ginsberg An Asphodel 1953]
The mind works over long periods of rumination. Going in and out.
'A thinker thinks only one thing' - for this reason: he dwells his whole life-long on the question; gathering ...
The Strong Man is both ridiculously outspoken and determinedly censorious according to his own Will.
Philosophy begins with a sense of wonder says the ancient one. Does it seek to wonder at this one ad infinitum?
Bafflement - wonder-monger
We want to dwell in the wonderment, to expand it, deepen it, heighten it: we do not want to 'explain it away'.
Philosophy wants to increase and to add to this sense of wonder.