notes on water: an aqueous phenomenlogy

Rhinebeck, NY: Monkfish Publishing (2017)
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Abstract

This poetical study of water ranges from classical myth and literature to modern physics and microbiology. Because water exists in three forms or phases—liquid, solid, and gas—each needs its own constellation of ideas. Its subtle movement is the hidden source of question, questioner, and the phenomenon of life. Its power is transformation, the unspoken theme of the book.

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David Appelbaum
State University of New York (SUNY)

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