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(17) Hawthorne, by answering this problem with the temporal art of narrative, effectively enacts certain philosophical insights into Kant's thinking about the sublime; for example, see Rogozinski, who observes regarding Kant's third Critique that "spatial immensity introduces us to a more radical measuredness which is temporal....
Pettegree ends with appropriate measuredness, stressing the continued interrelationship between oral culture and printed text but showing how publishers' successful expansion of audiences-well before the Enlightenment--was the printing press's most important consequence.
This foolishness raises at least two important questions: How can balance, wide view, measuredness, and nuance be maintained in public discourse on technical matters in lighting that have broad policy implications?

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