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18/CHRONICLESnselves. The flames themselves, Cass reports, are of anothernand more contemplative temperament than ourselves.nTheir philosophizing "was more imaginative and less conceptualnthan [ours], more of the nature of art, of mythconstruction,nwhich [they] knew to be merely symbolical,nnot literally true." The active and the contemplative intellect,nthe critical . . .

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