Philosophy of Time
Hermann Hesse once said ,"It does not matter what is contained in a book, rather what you can deduce from it." This book invites the reader to a dance on ice. Without railings and without life jacket. The habit of the mind that always anchors itself in references and cross-evidence before taking even a little glance toward something new should be thrown overboard. no risk, no fun! A free flight instructor, a dance in the heights of unexplored theses, with the knowledge that we have reached - not missed - our goal in the event of a crash! The bigger the intellectual chaos, the greater the opportunity for something new to emerge from the various elements.