On the Will in Nature

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On the Will in Nature: A Discussion of the Verifications through the Empirical Sciences which the Author's Philosophy Has Obtained since its Appearance  (1836) 
by Arthur Schopenhauer, translated by Madame Karl Hillebrand
Über den Willen in der Natur, translated in 1903.

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I spun, on the loom of time, my web:

They held it to be not worth looking at;

Yet everything makes progress openly in time.

Aeschylus, Prometheus, 214 f., 981

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