Heidegger’s Ron Swanson-esque Abode
Martin Heidegger, much like his modern day counterpart Ted Kaczynski, liked to write his manifestos in a secluded forest. But unlike Kaczynski, Heidegger only produced truth bombs in his Black Forest hut.
Heidegger found the secluded forest conducive to theorizing being.
It played such a role in his work that some bro even decided to write a whole book about “the hut.”