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(all via Wikipedia) Metaxy: is defined in Plato’s Symposium via the character of the priestess Diotima as the “in-between” or “middle ground”. Other philosophers like political philosopher Eric Voegelin used the term to mean the permanent place where man is in-between two poles of existence. Such as the infinite (Apeiron) and the finite (the divine mind or Nous)...
Yet if the only form of tradition, of handing down, consisted in following the...– Robert Venturi, quoting T.S. Eliot, Contradiction and Complexity