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ENANTIO­DROMIAE

 

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An Epos

of

Anthropos

 

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τὰ ψυχρὰ θέρεται, θερμὸν ψύχεται,

ὑγρὸν αὐαίνεται, καρφαλέον νοτίζεται.

Cold things warm, warmth turns cold,

the wet dries, the parched gets wet.

(Heraclitus, fr. 126)

 

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πάντα οὕτω γίγνεται, ἐξ ἐναντίων τὰ ἐναντία πράγματα

All arises in this way, opposites from their opposites.

(Plato Phaedo 71a)

 

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INTRODUCTION

BOOK ONE : Order In Chaos

BOOK TWO : Future in the Past

BOOK THREE : God Incarnate

BOOK FOUR : Woe is Man

BOOK FIVE : Natural Artifacts

BOOK SIX : Rose in Flames

BOOK SEVEN : Middle Edges

BOOK EIGHT : Renaissance

BOOK NINE : East in West

BOOK TEN : Past in the Future

BOOK ELEVEN : Noble Savage

BOOK TWELVE : Savage Nobles

BOOK THIRTEEN : Rose from Flames

BOOK FOURTEEN : Focus on Margins

BOOK FIFTEEN : Mystory

 

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