On Solitude

In response to this unprecedented situation in our world, Mouse offers a series on the concept of solitude, which is a term that we should consider alongside other terms like “distancing,” “isolation,” and “loneliness.” What does solitude mean? Why do people crave solitude? What benefits can emerge from solitude? The texts in this series address these and other ideas of solitude from a variety of angles.

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