All-New X-Men v2 003 by Dennis Hopeless

By Dennis Hopeless

Bad acts devoted by way of mutant innovative Cyclops have put mutantkind in extinction's crosshairs...and not anyone is left to endure the results greater than his time-displaced counterpart-teen-aged Scott Summers.

As hurricane and her staff whisk Earth's final mutants away to shelter, the unique X-Men just do the other: emboldened through great heroic beliefs, the ALL-NEW X-MEN set out at the highway to avoid wasting their global and write their very own futures.

But can younger optimism opposite the wear Cyclops has performed?

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The transforming of nature required no contemplation. That view led some writers in the next genera­ tion, most notably John of Salisbury, to urge an education for aristocrats that specifically excluded the mechanical arts (Allard 1982, 17-19, 25-29). Hugh of St. Victor regarded the mechanical arts as valuable because they relieved h u m a n s from necessity, freeing them to pursue more impor­ tant things. The mechanical arts also had some intellectual value in and of themselves (White 1978, 2 4 6 - 2 4 8 ) .

There was an idea about, which came from the Pythagoreans through Plato, that nature had a mathematical order and that the natural order could be understood through the effective use of the intellect (Crombie 1980, 2 3 5 - 2 4 0 ) . Technologists writing in the sixteenth century repeated the theological justifications of the twelfth and thir­ teenth centuries for what they were doing. At the same time they tried to I D E A S , T E C H N O L O G Y , A N D T H E A R T I S T ' S TASK 23 show their own connection with the oldest of sciences, mathematics.

For Augustine, as for most other early Christian writers, issues surrounding technology were not perceived as important, which meant that there was little discussion of the place of the mechanical arts in this world. Other matters were m u c h more pressing. Augustine and, following him, John Scotus Eriguena held that Crea­ tion had been instantaneous. From that fact they drew the conclusion that God was not a craftsman. God, therefore, could not be compared to a h u m a n worker, and the labor of a h u m a n being could not for them be glo­ rified as an imitation of the work of God.

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