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What is a classic book?

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In this online article, Peder Zane, co-author of the book “Design in Nature“, discusses the origin of the concept of “classic books”, and how it emerges as a flow architecture.

The constructal law shows that lists of great or classic books are hierarchical designs that arise naturally to organize the swelling flow of literature.

  •  Peder Zane, What is a classic book?, http://www.toptenbooks.net/what-classic-book

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