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p.Dante(4.0) - Soledad Muse

Soledad Muse

"Out of his sound-proofed, fumigated hive, Proust secreted a multitudinous society, a city for thought and for feeling rivaling Dante's. By force of sub-liminal bookkeeping - precisely the same budget was adhered to by Kierkegaard - Proust bent ..." - George Steiner

4.0.1 - The main point: Through solitude, Proust created a city of thought rivaling Dante's.
4.0.2 - Duality Statement: Which is more prolific in thought leadership? Silos of solitude or theories of chaos?
4.0.3 - Sentiments: - Solitude is great for creative minds but nothing is created in a vacuum. - Who hasn't created a mind palace? Well for some it may be more of a weekend cottage.
4.0.4 - Further reading: Proust or Dante
4.0.5 - Existential Statement of Futurity: Thought-scapes are typical to the forced solitude of the creator.
4.0.6 - QUESTION: Which is more prolific in thought leadership, silos of solitude versus simple choas?
4.0.7 - Populous Response:
4.0.8 - MOBIUS: - Complex imaginary worlds give our minds additional space to be creative and origin of innovation.
4.0.9 - TAGS: Soledad, Dante, Proust, Kierkegaard

planksip™ - We all have a muse, her name is Soledad and she peddles insanity surrounded with moments of brilliance and creativity.

Daniel Sanderson

Daniel Sanderson

Max Planck, The Ship of Theseus, an organic platform for authors, and the soothing consumption of knowledge (like a warm cup of coffee) were all incipit inspirations for the ontology of planksip®.

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