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ISSUE NO. 261

Niklas Luhmann's Favorite Subject Was NOT Sociology

FROM:

Scott P. Scheper

Downtown San Diego, CA

TO:

You*

START:

Thursday 6:23 pm

Dear Friend,

Let's talk about Niklas Luhmann's favorite subject.

Let me be clear about one thing. Niklas Luhmann's favorite subject does not revolve around society.

That is a bold statement.

After all, Niklas Luhmann is regarded as the most prolific social scientist in the past century.[1]

Luhmann's favorite subject centers on the metaphysical, almost-unexplainable dance between order and chaos. Between these two polar forces emerges the magic too many people today discount: randomness.

This is something I'll be covering at great length in my upcoming book on the antinet. The antinet is the analog system used by Niklas Luhmann to architect the greatest advancement in the social sciences in recent history.

Stay tuned, and be ready for a learning experience that will blow away the digital divas that dominate the zettelkasten scene of today.

That's all I'll say for now.

Until then, I highly recommend you listen to my podcast, and stick around here. We'll be covering quite a bit on this subject. If you've read more than one post, then I know for a fact you already know this.

However, my audience is building. The movement is growing. The truth I speak about analog thinking tools is attracting people who have tried to suppress the realities of analog thinking systems.

In the future I'll be releasing a book on the true nature of Niklas Luhmann's zettelkasten. I refer to Luhmanesque zettelkastens as, antinets.

Because you're an early supporter of mine, I've decided to do something that will end up costing me a lot of money...

I've decided to give you a copy of my new book, signed by me, and I'll even pay for the cost of shipping it to you!

I'll restate that. I will send you a free, signed copy of the book I release on the antinet. This book will show you precisely how Luhmann created an analog thinking mind. It will show you step-by-step how to create the system responsible for producing 70 books, and 550 papers. The antinet zettelkasten will enable you to create the genius-level work you're capable of producing.

All I ask is that you do the following:

  1. Write to me, in handwritten format.
  2. On the piece of paper write something like:

"Hey Scott! I'd like for you to send me a copy of your book on antinet zettelkastens. Oh, and I'd love for you to sign it too. Also, thanks Scott for paying the shipping cost!"

  1. Mail the above-handwritten letter to me at:

Scott P. Scheper
600 W. Broadway, Suite 700
San Diego, CA 92101

Mail this to me in the next week. After that, I may be pulling this offer down. But it's good at least for a week.

If you're reading this now it means the offer is still valid! Follow the steps outlined above... like right now! I'm serious!

That's all I'm gonna say on that.

If it's not obvious how much of a no-brainer this offer is at this point, then... well to hell with it. And to hell with you!

Kidding!

(Actually, I'm not. If you don't want a free book signed by me, you eat crayons).

Oh, and why am I asking you to write me a hand-written letter?

Because I want you to stop being a lazy pussy. I want you to invest time in someone who wants to change your life.

I'm not someone who wants the lazy-ass email addresses of average Joe-blows.

I want to communicate with the best people, and I want to serve the very best people.

The people I serve are ones serious enough about their growth and craft that gasp... they'll actually take the time to mail in a simple letter requesting a free book on it!

Alright, enough of my preaching. Turn off the noise and distraction of your mind. Do as I say. Seriously. Do this now:

  1. Write to me, in handwritten format.
  2. On the piece of paper write something like:

"Hey Scott! I'd like for you to send me a copy of your book on antinet zettelkastens. Oh, and I'd love for you to sign it too. Also, thanks Scott for paying the shipping cost!"

  1. Mail the above-handwritten letter to me at:

Scott P. Scheper
600 W. Broadway, Suite 700
San Diego, CA 92101

Got it?

Good!

Look forward to hearing from you soon.

Sincerely,

Your friend,

"The Greatest Promiser of Zettelkasten Content Who Will... ACTUALLY OVERDELIVER ON IT!"

Scott P. Scheper


P.S. Always remember, to stay crispy, my friend.


Footnotes:
  1. See 1) Moeller, Hans-Georg. The Radical Luhmann. New York: Columbia University Press, 2011. 2) Schmidt, Johannes. “Niklas Luhmann‘s Card Index: Thinking Tool, Communication Partner, Publication Machine.” Forgetting Machines. Knowledge Management Evolution in Early Modern Europe 53 (2016). https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2942475. ↩︎

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Thursday 6:54 pm

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