The Learning Curve Book – Santiago Iniguez

The Learning Curve Book - Santiago Iniguez

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October 10, 2011

Quote from Chapter 8 – The purpose of business schools

“Contrary to what many believe, literary fame has nothing to do with excellence or true glory or even with a writer’s position in the syllabus of a university’s English Department, itself as remote to the Agora as Academe’s shadowy walk. For any artist, fame is the extent to which the Agora finds interesting his latest work. If what he has written is known only to a few of other practitioners, or to enthusiasts … then the artist is not only not famous, he is irrelevant to his time, the only time he has.”
Point to Point Navigation, the second installment of Gore Vidal’s memoirs

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