“…writing by hand obliges us to compose the phrase mentally before writing it down. Thanks to the resistance of pen and paper, it does make one slow down and think. Many writers, though accustomed to writing on the computer, would sometimes prefer even to impress letters on a clay tablet, just so they could think with greater calm.”
— Umberto Eco.
In an age of unthinking, we ought to make conscious use of those tools that help us become better, calmer, and more careful thinkers. Step away from the digital device and pick up this simple tool of the written word.
.: One size: 5.5″ × 8.25″ (14 cm x 21cm)
.: Off-white ruled paper – 96 sheets (192 pages)
.: Two accent colors to choose from
.: Smooth, black matte hardcover
.: Matching inside cover, rubber band, and paper edges
.: Features a quality deboss imprint of the Lyceum Institute motto that won’t fade or rub away.