Antifragile Writing

Building a writing that gains from disorder

Fragile is the property of things that aren’t good with any kind of stressors. Glass is fragile.

Resilience is the property of things that can go back to its original state after a stressor is applied. Metal is resilient.

Robust is the property of things that resist stressors. A stone is robust.

Nassim Nicholas Taleb came up with this concept of antifragile to define the property of some things that get better, grow, or even get stronger against…

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Philosophical and practical concepts by Adolfo Ramírez Corona

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Adolfo Ramírez Corona

Adolfo Ramírez Corona

Author, psychotherapist, coach—Human behavior, UX, media & audiences—Father, husband, meditator—Courses & coaching: antifragilewriting.com—More adolforismos.com

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