Infinity Within is the second album by the band Deee-Lite. Released in 1992 on Elektra, the album's lyrical content, instrumentation, and overall tone showcases the band's political activism as a more literal part of the music than on its debut, World Clique (1990). Whereas their debut album is subtly focuses on global peace, joy, and unity, Infinity Within is overtly political, evidenced with the phrase "Let's Face it, it's a Pro-Choice album" appearing on the album cover and more importantly, with outspoken tracks encouraging the protection of the environment ("I Had a Dream I Was Falling through a Hole in the Ozone Layer"), sexual liberation through safe sex ("Rubber Lover"), the failure of the judicial system ("Fuddy Duddy Judge") and the importance of voting ("Vote, Baby, Vote"). It was originally one of several Warner Music titles that were issued in an eco-friendly package called the Eco-Pack that was mostly paper packaging that the customer folded into the shape of a traditional CD case once purchased. The song "Vote, Baby, Vote" was made into a public service announcement.
God and Reason in the Middle Ages and At the Dawn of Modernity: Biology, Culture, and Material Life in Europe after the Year 1000. (Reviews).
Jun 22, 2002; Edward Grant. God and Reason in the Middle Ages New York: Cambridge University Press, 2001. x + 397 pp. $64.95. (cl), $22.95....