Robert Burton

Robert Burton

Died: January 25, 1640, Oxford, United Kingdom Website Facebook X/Twitter

From Oxford University, Robert Burton was best known for the classic The Anatomy of Melancholy. He was also the incumbent of St Thomas the Martyr, Oxford, and of Seagrave in Leicestershire.

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Reverse the Roles and Heuristics

by Martin Luther and others in Figures of Speech

Discipline and orientation towards something comes to mind in this exercise of free association. A free-for-all, on the other hand is a chaotic alternative, can you measure the results and adapt to your environment? How do you maximize your creative expression and succeed?

Every Little Bit Helps

by Robert Burton and others in Figures of Speech

Let me stand on your shoulders and have a peak. A peak of what lay yonder. My translation will be taken at face value and will co-create, for I have seen the mountain top and there lives the Uber driver!

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