Consider the following exchange from one of the utopian sections of Quintessence
, which alternate with the analytical sections (the "I" is Anonyma, a citizen of Lost and Found Continent fifty years in the future, and "Mary" is Daly herself):
Do such characters represent the quintessence
of civil society, or are they its greatest foes?
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The theory is one of those that attribute dark energy to an entirely new field dubbed quintessence
that plays the role of the cosmological constant, a term that Albert Einstein added to the theory of general relativity to keep the universe from contracting under the force of gravity.
Cooke is also a major topic of the well-reviewed new book ``Boogaloo: The Quintessence
of American Popular Music'' by Arthur Kempton.
For among her glories is her quintessence
Local radio and television presenter Roy Noble joined Cor Bro Ogwr, their guest soprano Iona Jones, brass instrumentalists Quintessence
and residents for a carol concert at Bridgend Recreation Centre.
takes on a different form and strength depending on what time it is in the universe.
To turn from Ruether to Mary Daly's Quintessence
is to shift "keys" dramatically.
Just as Judd and others do, he expresses the quintessence
of a material, allowing it to speak without interruption.