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Title: Editorial [Antae, Vol.2(2)] 
Authors: Aquilina, Aaron
Micallef, Jeffrey
Keywords: Editorials
Issue Date: 2015-06
Publisher: University of Malta. Department of English
Citation: Aquilina, A., & Micallef, J. (2015). Editorial. Antae Journal, 2(2), 75-77.
Abstract: Robert Fludd, a seventeenth-century physician and polymath, is the engraver of the dark, blank space that forms the cover of this issue. In trying to go back to the origin of the universe, to imagine what constituted it and how, he uses a blank space for the period prior to which the universe commenced. In other words, he locates it in a vast, unrepresentable locus—at every border of the black space there is engraved ‘Et sic in infinitum’: and like this to infinity.
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Antae Journal, Volume 2, Issue 2

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