Science ignores the observer


[1 of 1] St. Augustine (354-430, Algeria): primary subject "Science, criticisms of" (search under Cosmology/Science)": detail "'Confessions' Book V, section iii(4)"
With the mind and intellect which you have given them, they investigate these matters, and have found out much. … They can foresee a future eclipse of the sun, but do not perceive their own eclipse in the present. For they do not in a religious spirit investigate the source of the intelligence with which they research into these matters.