Brian D. Tripp

Piled Rocks: If We Don’t Touch, We Feel Bad

Brian D. Tripp

Piled Rocks: If We Don’t Touch, We Feel Bad

Date

2018

Edition Size

unique

Media

Ink

Binding

Cloth case

Dimensions

12 × 9 in

Collection

$ 3,400.00

Out of Print


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Yale University, Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library

Piled Rocks illuminates Brian D. Tripp’s personal ecological cosmology which posits that sentience in rocks and geological structures is equivalent to consciousness and intention.

The book intimately explores an existential reality that is in conflict with materialist and Christian concepts of existence. The book denies humanism as a theological possibility and notes that all species and material objects have a spiritual life.