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Newton’s God did not oversee the maintenance of the world from a remote pinnacle; ...Newton’s divine overlord was present throughout the material world. He achieved this omnipresence through the medium of space, which for Newton, was nothing less than God’s sensorium. By his omnipresence (mediated through space), God was all seeing, all-discerning, and finally, all ruling. [Margret Wertheim, Pythagoras’ Trousers (1997). From Quotes of the Quarter.]
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