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\u201cAlthough we have the tendency to reduce water to a biological fact when thinking about its nature, it is integral, even essential, to many if not most domains or institutions of society\u2014 economic, political, religious, leisure, etc… In this way, water is social and total in precisely the encompassing sense that Mauss had in mind.… Continue Reading Water as a social fact<\/a><\/p>\n <\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n \r\n