The Great Gatsby

What might the "eyes of Dr. Tj Eckleburg" represent?

Ch. 2 - passage 2

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The eyes of Dr. T.J. Eckleburg seem to be a monstrous parody of the eyes of God: they watch, but they do not see; they are heartless, and entirely unknowing.