It was an interesting experience, going to a reunion where almost nobody knew me.
The interesting thing about this work is that while Plato sets up the ideal for the government in the first half of the book, he tears it down in the second half explaining why it could never actually work.
I called it the “naked murder”. A murder-suicide (which we always treated as a murder in case somebody was trying to make it look otherwise), the victim was a man, completely naked, and sitting in a kneeling position in front of the couch, leaning back as if reclining.
In a strong wind, the concrete in a bridge will crack and need repairs far more often than the flexible metal framework holding it up.
Vote, but be sure to be informed when you vote, and ensure that the source of information is trustworthy.
I’ve always been fascinated by the different ways that people think.
For the P&G representative reading this, I am available with experience as an analytical chemist and author…