EPOSE

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EPOSEElectronic Point of Sale Enhanced
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Poetic rupture reminds us of our immanent presence within phenomena and eposes us to the ineffable, to a poetic understanding of existence (p 117) My feelings are that whilst the text is rich as a source of reference for further reading of other important voices in the cultural, political, personal and psychotherapeutic debate represented here, the voice of this author has the power, the poetics, and the political commitment to stand-alone.
One of my favorite 'big picture' books, Wessels attacks the notion of progress--a process dependent on constant economic growth--from many different angles, in particular his three laws of sustainability: the law of limits to growth; the second law of thermodynamics, which eposes the limits to energy usage; and the law of self-organization, which has caused the incredible diversity of life not only in ecosystems but in the human body and culture.
Medical catastrophes can result from the search for precious metals, because it eposes people to lead, cadmium, mercury and other heavy metals, poisonous fumes, and such carcinogenic compounds as polychlorinated biphenyls, dioxins.