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|0 Reason clears and plants the wilderness of the imagination to harvest the |
Wheat of art. Austin O'Malley With the harvest stored, the seeds collected and
saved for another sowing, winter brings a time for rest and introspection. Poetry
and art ...
|Nietzsche, Friedrich Reason clears and plants the wilderness of the imagination |
to harvest the wheat of art. - O'Malley, Austin What is now reason was formerly
impulse or instinct. -Ovid Most of us, when all is said and done, like what we like ...
|The book that helped make Michael Pollan, the New York Times bestselling author of Cooked and The Omnivore’s Dilemma, one of the most trusted food experts in America In 1637, one Dutchman paid as much for a single tulip bulb as the going ...|
|French artisans who were illy fitted to cope with the hardships of the wilderness. |
... The French imagination, still under the spell of Rousseau and the Figaro, was
fairly fired by the accounts put forth by the promoters of the Scioto Company of ...
|The French imagination. still under the spell of Rousseau and the Figaro, was |
fairly tired by the accounts put forth by the III'OIIIHll'r-l of the ... .\'ol»le forests.
consisting of trees that spontaneouslv produced sugar (sugar maple). and a plant
that yield- ... Woods were cleared, gardens planted. and everyone strove to make
himself agreeable and useful. ... This wnrk was regarded by many as uncanny
and closely allied to the black art. ... Whisky is bought with wheat and pork with
|A study of what would happen to Earth if the human presence was removed examines our legacy for the planet, from the objects that would vanish without human intervention to those that would become long-lasting remnants of humankind.|
|There are unquestionably many reasons, to be traced at last to the forgotten |
bloody age, before the beginning of ... The vegetation over large parts of the
Northern Hemisphere shows that Stone Age men used fire to clear the primeval
... Such temperature drives out the water of crystallization in pottery and bricks
and made it possible to store the harvests and build cities. ... Where it had taken
10 square miles of wilderness to support a single human being in the primitive
economy of food ...
|+  Nonnative plants invade This increase in fire damage clears the way for |
invasive flora such as cheatgrass to .... BY TOM CLYNES In August 1999, British
artist Hamish Fulton set out on a long hike through the mountains of ..... The rising
mercury causes what the Wilderness Society's Don Barry calls the "double
whammy" of glacier shrinkage and sea-level rise. ...... donated to the American
Hiking Society A American %f Hiking G Society o i >» FIELD JOURNAL of burnt
|The episode is a microcosm of decision making in Washington, D.C., where |
justice and reason BY CASS PETERSON 1 ... Nor could he have imagined
becoming a leading catalyst in toppling the government that provided him with a
secure, if compliant, life. ... of the Danube River, the shores where he had played
as a child. arts of the Danube would be lined with plastic, dead. ..... By its nature,
farming requires that you get a loan to plant in the spring and you pay it back at