"This is a book about becoming a two-legged animal, entirely a part of the animate world whose life swells within and unfolds all around us. It seeks a new way of speaking, one that enacts our interbeing with the earth rather than blinding us to it. A language that stirs a new humility in relation to other earthborn beings, whether spiders or obsidian outcrops or spruce limbs bend low by the clumped snow. A style of speech that opens our senses to the sensuous in all its multiform strangeness."
Continued from the last 2 posts, also recall this thread which never took off on Mickey's article regarding cosmological postmodernism, using Whitehead, Deleuze, Derrida and Keller. Of note here is this quote: