Following One of History's Greatest Thinkers
One of the greatest thinkers in history swore he was ignorant—and that’s why people followed him around. If Socrates were a book, he wouldn’t be a treatise or an encyclopedia; he’d be one of our notebooks. And following behind him, his students—a pocketful of smaller pupils, their pages even blanker than his. Thus, the Athenian bundle follows in his example: a modest white Traveler, ready to walk and talk with nothing except blank pages and good questions, and a pack of white Scribes ready to follow.
|1. Traveler||White - Dot Grid (left pages) / Indentation Rule (right pages)|
|2. Scribe||White - Blank (both pages) - 3-pack|