Category Archives: Diane Ackerman

Diane Ackerman on the Great Mystery

‘It began in mystery, and it will end in mystery. However many of life’s large, captivating principles and small, captivating details we may explore, unpuzzle, and learn by heart, there will still be vast unknown realms to lure us. If … Continue reading

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Diane Ackerman: A Natural History of the Senses

”We like to think that we are finely evolved creatures, in suit-and-tie or pantyhose-and-chemise, who live many millennia and mental detours away from the cave, but that’s not something our bodies are convinced of. We may have the luxury of … Continue reading

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