by Larry Price
Exposes the underbelly of the dismal science and the mathematics of self. In a series of short propositional essays, Price explores the walls between and around art and science to project alternatives to the dour world where "Species too is a logic" and “certainty becomes a skin we draw into the obligation to be.” Every aphorism in Quadragene is a joke about oneself that increases responsibility for the next breath. This book is a totally gripping essay for anyone who heedlessly explores the inner realms.
Publication date: November 2008