^This is a wonderful read. It doesn’t matter if you even agree with what these leading thinkings suggest about the actual problems facing the human race; the selections themselves are a joy to read, offering plenty of thoughts worth considering
Norton Juster, who wrote the ever-delightful party of puns The Phantom Tollbooth, also wrote a wonderful little parable called The Dot and the Line: A Romance in Lower Mathematics.
I’ve used the book in my classroom for years when introducing the differences between Romanticism and Neoclassicism, but the story is just perfect on its own, especially in the form of a 1960s cartoon. Everything I love about literature, puns, wordplay, and midcentury design meet in this short film.