Milan Kundera

How to Start a Revolution (Part 1)

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How to Start a Revolution (Part 1)

Wise leaders understand that well-formed questions can become a battle horn.  Revolutions—whether of a nation or a single human heart—begin when someone asks a question. Agents of Transformation: A  stumpy, toga-draped figure with a homely face is counted among the most influential individuals of all time. Unlike the other great characters of ancient Athens, he chose to steer clear of politics and climbing the civic ladder. And unlike other popular philosophers of his era, he wrote no books, established no school, and did not even offer any formal…