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In Africology, A Transmutative Hypothesis, written almost a decade ago, I broached the leadership force, though I did not use the term then.
In such courtly scenes that involve tropes concerning the quest for the inaccessible, beloved lady, crystal manifests a transformative, transmutative, and fluid nature that resists being reduced to a state of reification: a philosopher's stone, the duality of the mirror, a state of knowledge and individual metamorphosis symbolized by the crystal as object.
In the early phases of the organic movement, organic products and the organic market were in a transmutative process.