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Study on Sustainable Rainwater Resource Utilization—Towards Deepening of Homo Environmentics

DOI: 10.4236/jwarp.2019.115029, PP. 491-528

Keywords: Logic of Encounter, Analogy, One’s Life, Emergency Drinking Water, Rainwater Quality Purification

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This paper mainly investigated the value of the rainwater by introducing a “Logic of Encounter” that is a new logic beyond the logos and lemma through the metaphors which compare the real rainwater to one’s life. A consideration regarding sustainable rainwater resource utilization has been described and the main results are summarized in the paper.

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