the unimpeded movement of the most perfect impulse towards the most perfect object

From “Imagination and Thought in the Middle Ages” by C.S. Lewis, first delivered as a lecture in 1956, the piece was published posthumously in the 1966 collection of essays called Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Literature: Go out on any starry night and walk alone for half an hour, resolutely assuming that pre-Copernican astronomy isContinue reading “the unimpeded movement of the most perfect impulse towards the most perfect object”