6
Nov
2010
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Ecological Medicine and the Grey Area of Individual Treatment and Systemic Change

In my academic life, I’ve taken an interdisciplinary approach when considering human & ecological health. Because of the way that knowledge is fragmented, playing within the bounds of one discipline confines my understanding to that portion of the whole system. None of the disciplines gets the full picture; they are not meant to. It’s deliberate...
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17
Jul
2010
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The Physicians of Myddfai

The Physicians of Myddfai were a lineage of gifted herb doctors that resided in Myddfai, Wales. According to Barbara Griggs, their lineage spanned over one thousand years from approximately 800-1800 A.D. History & Origins The Physicians have quite an air of intrigue about them. Welsh legend maintains that the lineage began when a son of...
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4
Mar
2010
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Codex Seraphinianus: Luigi Serafini, 1978

This book, written in by Italian architect Luigi Serafini is a field guide of an alien world. An encyclopedia of the fantastical.There are sections on physics, chemistry, mineralogy (including many drawings of elaborate gems), geography, botany, zoology, sociology, linguistics, technology, architecture, sports (of all sorts), clothing, and so on. It’s difficult to find a copy, and...
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