We’re All A Bit Sorry

The skeptical doctor critiques some of Socrates’ arguments from his Apology in the September edition of New English Review.

Perhaps Socrates is the first of a long series of intellectuals who have pursued their obsessions at the expense of the people supposedly closest to them. They feel responsibility for others in inverse proportion to their proximity. With the general bohemianisation of society, this has become almost a mass phenomenon. People now feel responsible for the planet but not for the person next door. They are worried about the environment, but not about the chewing-gum that people tread into the pavements of their streets.

2 thoughts on “We’re All A Bit Sorry

    1. David Seri Post author

      Good day to you too, Mr. Wells. Thank you for your comment. It is much appreciated.

      Best regards,
      David Seri


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