— Gregory Benford, kniha Timescape
Zdroj: Timescape (1980), Chapter 31 (p. 360)
Kontext: You had to form for yourself a lucid language for the world, to overcome the battering of experience, to replace everyday life’s pain and harshness and wretched dreariness with — no not with certainty but with an ignorance you could live with. Deep ignorance, but still a kind that knew its limits. The limits were crucial.