few know how to plant a tree indoors with the knowledge it will outgrow the building and have to be moved.
to do so, you must first invent an institution that will last a hundred years.
"If an institution succeeds as a proposition, the public (as opposed to community) it consti- tutes will include those that hold the value of that proposition in common. is commonness of purpose is premised on a dynamic set of relationships rather than a supposedly stable shared identity. For this reason, propositions may generate networks—defined as a constellation of relationships—which need not be geographically restricted to the physical location of the institution."