Dr. Seuss The Mad Genius

We’ve talked about Leonardo Da Vinci, we talked about Walt Disney, now it has come for the mad genius that was Dr. Seuss. Ever since childhood I personally felt a strong philosophical connection to him. He had that audacity and eccentricity that resounded with my own. I learned more about him as I got older, even had some lessons in my school with his philosophy as a topic point.

Any of his work can be read as if it is gibberish, but conversely all of his work is read as if it is brilliant.

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His work is still a strong staple in the world for philosophers, students, and everyone really. Each of his works has a ‘secret’ meaning behind them, such as the Industrialization in the Lorax. It could really be said about any of them. I adore a book called “Dr. Seuss and Philosophy”, for it really exerts his pure ingenious nature, and thoroughly explains a variety of philosophies.

If you want more try reading this great quote list of his!

http://thespiritscience.net/2015/11/23/21-dr-seuss-quotes-that-have-the-power-to-change-you-and-your-world/

As always thanks for reading! Sorry for the delay in posts, as I have been moving!

-Dustin U.L.C.

 

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