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These terms can also be used metaphorically, as in “spiritual horizon”, “new perspective” and so on. So far we have dwelt on illuminated space, whether basking in daylight or in artificial lighting, but there are of course a number of different lighting conditions by which clarity is obscured: dusk, dawn, mist, falling snow etc. In a combination of mist and dusk, for example, space can sometimes assume menacing forms, an experience portrayed in Goethe’s and Schubert’s Erlkönig. In the twilight world, man feels exposed and the object of a thousand unknown 54 observers.
Newton maintained that space was a species of container for matter, which is to say that space and matter are separate entities. This gives us Newton’s “absolute space”, the alternative to which is Leibniz’s interpretation of space as relations between objects. In modern times, Einstein propounds the theory of relativity, abolishing the notion of an absolute space. Last of all, does space exist as an independent phenomenon? Is it not in fact a way of perceiving reality, in Kantian terminology a form of intuition?
We stand there face to face with the unknown. There is no distance there, no real extent, but even so a peculiar depth which differs from the depth dimension of daytime, with its height and breadth. Depth is night’s only dimension. In addition one can associate with pre-logical forms of thought, activate the nocturnal mystique of Romanticism as it appears in Novalis and in Wagner’s Tristan and Isolde. Personal identity tends to be suspended, as does the difference between subject and object, something which affects animist trains of thought such as belief in superstition and ghosts.