H2O and the Waters of Fogetfulness. IVAN ILLICH. H20 and the Waters of Forgetfulness: reflections of the historicity of stuff. Notes by. – Download as PDF File . pdf) or view presentation slides online. The water we seek is the fluid that drenches the inner and outer spaces H 2O and the Waters of Forgetfulness, Ivan Illich, London, New York.
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Trivia About H2O and the Water The theme is our relationship with water, especially in cities.
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H2O and the Waters of Forgetfulness: Reflections on the Historicity of “Stuff”
Ivan Illich stretches the imagination. Refresh and try again.
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Greg rated it it was amazing May 24, Much of the book focuses on the changing views towards excretion and body odor because these changing views influenced humanity’s relationship to water. Reflections on the Historicity of “Stuff” by Ivan Illich.
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