Mona Lisa's Moustache: Making Sense of a Dissolving World

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Red Wheel/Weiser, Apr 1, 2002 - Social Science - 176 pages
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Now in paperback -- a groundbreaking effort to find meaning in the disintegration of Western culture by looking through the lenses of economics, philosophy, art, physics, ecology, and spirituality.
 

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Contents

The Search for Pattern
1
Portrait of DanielHenry Kahnweiler
6
The Dissolution of Form
7
Great American Nude 48
11
Lampwicks Dilemma
12
Piazza dltalia New Orleans
15
Tormented SelfPortrait Susie at Aries
22
The World Is For Sale
23
i1 Mont SainteVictoire
44
The Red Tree
45
Composition No j Trees
46
Composition with Red Yellow Blue and Black
49
The Red Tower
56
The World Is Ending
57
Afo rozfA Violin
67
The World Is Beginning
85

j Just What Is It That Makes Todays Homes So Different So Appealing?
25
Untitled I shop therefore I am
29
One Dollar Bill
34
Castle at La RocheGuyon
40
The World Is Alive and Unwell
41
The World Is Evolving
107
Chapter S The World Is
129
Bibliography
139
List of Illustrations and Credits
151
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Mary Settegast holds graduate degrees from Columbia University & the University of California at Berkeley. She is the author of "Plato Prehistorian: 10,000 to 5,000 BC in Myth, Religion, & Archaeology".

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