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David Appelbaum

Member, Department of Philosophy

State University of New York

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State University of New York

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Potsdam, New York,13676

United States

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The State University of New York is the largest comprehensive system of higher education in the United States, with 64 college and university campuses located within 30 miles of every home, school and business in the state. In 2015-16, SUNY served nearly 1.3 m...more

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Notes on Water - MonkfishMonkfish

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David Appelbaum
With subtle wit, provocative language, and wisdom gleaned from myth, science, and religion, David Appelbaum sees in water the key to harmonious living, oneness with nature, and perception of the essential. Ultimately, Notes on Water is about the journey of surrender to the forces of vitality and spirituality. Bio David Appelbaum is Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at SUNY, New Paltz. He is the author of many books, including Jacques Derrida's Ghost: A Conjuration and The Delay of the Heart. He is a graduate of Harvard, past senior editor at Parabola, and founder of Codhill Press. Praise "The writing of David Appelbaum is a hidden treasure in our midst. Is it poetry? Is it philosophy? Can such a division matter with words so liquid and so beautiful? We all love and need water, and with this book we can pour it with a bit more fluidity. This may be his best and most accessible work, the culmination of a lifetime of the precise exploration of the most sensory elements of the human world. -David Rothenberg, author of Survival of the Beautiful and Why Birds Sing, Distinguished Professor of Philosophy and Music, New Jersey Institute of Technology "As William Blake found 'a world in a grain of sand,' in this brilliant book David Appelbaum discovers the universe in a drop of water.


For William Segal

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by David Appelbaum
David Appelbaum is Professor of Philosophy at State University of New York, New Paltz. He is editor of SUNY's Western Esoteric Traditions Series and of Parabola: The Magazine of Myth and Tradition.


The Enigma of the Search, by David Appelbaum | Parabola Essay

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The Enigma of the Search, by David Appelbaum
By David Appelbaum David Appelbaum, a professor in the Department of Philosophy at SUNY New Paltz, is a former editor of Parabola.


The Hidden Third | Parabola Review

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By David Appelbaum
Reviewed by David Appelbaum David Appelbaum, a professor in the Department of Philosophy at SUNY New Paltz, is a former editor of Parabola.


David Appelbaum, Author at Parabola

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David Appelbaum
About the Author David Appelbaum, a professor in the Department of Philosophy at SUNY New Paltz, is a former editor of Parabola. By David Appelbaum The Enigma of the Search, by David Appelbaum The Enigma of the Search, by David Appelbaum By David Appelbaum Four Meditations on Seeing, by David Appelbaum Four Meditations on Seeing, by David Appelbaum By David Appelbaum


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