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“One of the consequences of these catastrophes is that an order, known as the avout, have sealed themselves from the outside world in order to focus on contemplation and learning.”
“and the super-educated cohort known as the avout, who live a monastic existence defined by intellectual activity and circumscribed rituals called "auts.”
“If I were in the world of Anathem, would I be one of the avout in the cloister or one of the slines high on Allswell?”
“I dare say you'll be an avout in the Stephenson Concent ...”
“Yet the avout have always managed to adapt in the wake of catastrophe, becoming out of necessity even more austere and less dependent on technology and material things.”
“Powerful unforeseen forces jeopardize the peaceful stability of mathic life and the established ennui of the Extramuros — a threat that only an unsteady alliance of saecular and avout can oppose — as, one by one, Erasmas and his colleagues, teachers, and friends are summoned forth from the safety of the concent in hopes of warding off global disaster.”
“Fraa Erasmas is a young avout living in the Concent of Saunt Edhar, a sanctuary for mathematicians, scientists, and philosophers, protected from the corrupting influences of the outside “saecular” world by ancient stone, honored traditions, and complex rituals.”
“Some readers may believe these take away from the story, as one has difficulty believing that even people stuck in a secluded environment such as the “avout” in this novel have been would talk in this type of detail and dialog.”
“Of course, within these four basic groups are several different orders of avout, all of which have differing basic philosophic orientations.”
“And of course, my personal favorite, the Lorites, who were founded by an avout who believed that every human idea has already been thought of.”
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