Away from the things of man.
This movie, forever and ever, amen.
The spirit of truth can dwell in science on condition that the motive prompting the [scientist] is the love of the object which forms the stuff of his investigations. That object is the universe in which we live. What can we find to love about it if it isn’t its beauty? The true definition of science is this: the study of the beauty of the world.
— Simone Weil, The Need for Roots (1943)