The City of Men is a famous work by Teres Ansansius, the most famous theologian of the early Thousand Temples[1].


"The Poet will yield up his stylus only when the Geometer can explain how Life can at once be a point and a line. How can all time, all creation, come to the now? Make no mistake: this moment, the instant of this very breath, is the frail thread from which all creation hangs. That men dare to be thoughtless..."[2].


  1. Encyclopedic Glossary, p. 411, 'Ansansius, Teres'
  2. The Warrior-Prophet, Chapter 17, p. 364

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