About Meandering Sobriety
Mental freedom comes when the mind is sober from the dream within itself – the dream of life. This notion takes the form of the book “Meandering Sobriety” by Quan-Hoang Vuong. Readers will not find complicated philosophical arguments or hard-to-digest scientific results in this book. But in essence, the book is an invitation to look at how we have been looking at life, or in other words: to think about thinking. Inside the book are about 40 very short stories depicting various peculiar angles of reality. The writing is light on the eyes, and the content is light on the mind. Each story is like a sip of a different kind of tea that help you see through the fog of thoughts a little bit further.
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Quan-Hoang Vuong (Ph.D., Université Libre de Bruxelles) is Distinguished Scientist of Phenikaa University (Vietnam). He has served in NAFOSTED’s Scientific Council since 2019 and the Vietnam Institute for Advanced Study in Mathematics since 2021. He has published some 200 papers and books with many leading publishers. He wrote 300 peer-review reports and provided editorial service to over 110 manuscripts.