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be" than what it is ("be"). If I were to "unravel" my world outlook while or from absorbing the play Hamlet (and I do not believe, with all due respect, that every person indeed can), I believe the best line to perhaps describe it is Hamlet's own statement to his friend Horatio: "There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than can be dreamt of in our philosophy (Shakespeare, Act I, Scene V)