The famous philosopher Thomas Nagel once wrote about absurdity in life. He came to the conclusion that in the great expanse of the Universe and all of eternity we as humans are essentially pointless towards anything. In a word, we are absurd. In William Blake's, Auguries of Innocence, I am getting a sense of his concern for eternity and our meaning. He understands that our importance on eternity is futile so he begs the community to appreciate equality among social class. A familiar trait among Romantics is the element of the glorification of the common place. Throughout Auguriesof Innocence, Blake is hinting towards the pointlessness of establishing inequality among the economic ladder. Do you think that William Blake can be compared with Thomas Nagel? What do you believe to be the overlapping theme of Auguries of Innocence?