- Meidan Koresh
- Tel Aviv
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Socrates once stated: "The unexamined life is not worth living". Do you agree?
Well it's up to the reader's interpretation, but I think that this statement points out the uniqueness of the human kind due to its ability to investigate life and by that to investigate itself. Without an investigation of this kind (in any form of it) one's life turns out to be very similar to an animal's life, which basically focus on the effort to provide itself with the basic needs. Don't you think?