Andrew Marzoni

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Now astonishment is a mental shock at the incomparability of a representation and the rule that is given through it with the principles already grounded in the mind, which thus produces a doubt as to whether one has seen or judged correctly; but admiration is an astonishment that continually recurs despite the disappearance of this doubt.
— Immanuel Kant, Critique of Judgment (1790)