“Intellectuals need to say things that are not immediately obvious or do not occur to the man in the street. The man in the street instinctively sympathizes with the victim of crime; therefore, to distinguish himself from the man in the street, the intellectual has to sympathize with the criminal, by turning him into a victim of forces which only he, the intellectual, has sufficient sophistication to see.”
— Theodore Dalrymple
As much as I wish I could add more to Dr. Dalrymple’s thoughts, alas, I lack sufficient sophistication.
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