1.Win McCarthy 'Common Ruin'
2. Juan-Eduardo Cirlot 'Dizionario dei Simboli'
3. Carlo Rovelli - 'L'ordine del Tempo"
4. Roger Caillois - 'Mimicry and Legendary'
syzygy; plural noun: syzygies
1. ASTRONOMY a conjunction or opposition, especially of the moon with the sun.
"the planets were aligned in syzygy"
2. a pair of connected or corresponding things.
plural clinamina, derived from clīnāre, to incline)
Latin name Lucretius gave to the unpredictable swerve of atoms, in order to defend the atomistic doctrine of Epicurus.
In modern English it has come more generally to mean an inclination or a bias.
The sunflower: 8 petals of quick yellow shoes
Biomimicry in textiles: past, present and potential.
DRAWING ELECTROACOUSTIC MUSIC,
Mario Cresci - Analogie e memoria - Prima leggiamo poi parliamo;
Look at Life - Top People, 1960;