Space 1.1: The Hyper-Team Space
Of course, as always in life, two is better than one; and squaring circles always the most intellectually robust way forwards.
As Fitzgerald was quoted as saying:
The test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposing ideas in mind at the same time and still retain the ability to function. One should, for example, be able to see that things are hopeless yet be determined to make them otherwise.F Scott Fitzgerald
So although for me large companies have inevitably replicated the kind of collectivism none of us should ever admire, even as elements of more democratic impulses do exist for sure, my ideal destination for The Philosopher Space would be:
- to create tools that would lead us all to having the opportunity to reach out towards becoming in some way or other the solitary geniuses of the Teslas of this world; and then
- make what we might term a hyper-team out of a collaborative mix of the resulting hyper-fabulous individuals.
So maybe NOT discard corporate team-making altogether, after all; just put in a massive brainspace environment as suggested, at the start of each set of thought processes in question, so deep arationality and profound individuality were no longer subsumed to the necessary shared outcomes and interests of the wider masses.
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