Man and Sin by Piet Schoonenberg (1964) 2.3 UY

Summary of text [comment] pages 84 and 85

[The nested form allows us to see relations within a text. It is sort of like alchemy.

In contrast, moderns are blind to relations. Moderns programmatically reconfigure normal context and possibility into actuality. The all-embracing assumption of Modernism is: Actuality is all there is.]