potamology


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potamology

[‚päd·ə′mäl·ə·jē]
(hydrology)
The scientific study of rivers.
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His prototypical experiment in Textual Potamology involves movement back and forth, between inside and outside, and trying to report his findings from that movement.
By considering the peculiar concept of "abandonment" in Ralph Waldo Emerson's writings--a consideration facilitated by the recently completed Harvard University edition of his works--I hope to open a different channel of interest in Transdisciplinarity, gain a different perspective on nineteenth century Transcendentalism, and outline some of the principles of Textual Potamology. Ample in output and eclectic in approach, Emerson wrote sermons, lectures, essays, and poems on history, politics, philosophy, culture, nature, and religion.
of the key principles, methods, and goals of Textual Potamology.