Below is another similar image from Valentine Green, this time inspired by Alexander Pope’s 1734 poem “An Essay on Man”, a philosophical poem using rationality to try and justify God’s ways to man. Pope’s poem was a particular favourite among the top Enlightenment thinkers of the time, including Kant, Rousseau and Voltaire, the latter calling it “the most beautiful, the most useful, the most sublime didactic poem ever written in any language” (though he would later satirize Pope’s optimism in Candide). (via Life and Death Contrasted (ca.1770) | The Public Domain Review)
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Not his greatest work, but I like them a lot.
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