n.1.The science or a treatise on the atmosphere.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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But this 'something-more' isn't just something to name as a quality or as qualia (the way that the world seems to us): it also requires a taxonomical approach--its own 'atmospherology'.
Moreover, an atmosphere has a peculiar quality of being that which is often overpoweringly "in the air" (to use a phrase that will return time and again in what Griffero calls atmospherology) whilst at the same time resisting rigid analysis.
Divided into three chapters, Griffero's short book covers how perception is atmospheric in nature, surveys the historical development of the concept, before finally positing the outline toward a phenomenologically grounded atmospherology. Atmospheric perception is the name Griffero gives to perception that is properly speaking atmospheric.
This is indeed the perfect atmospherology: security is provided because it is desired, and it is desired because it is provided.