The crowd, Le Bon contends, is slave to external excitements, exaggeration, absolutism, and is profoundly conservative. Crowds do not reason and cannot be influenced by reasoning: for the sake of civilization, city and social order crowds “must have their illusions at all cost.” How does Le Bon articulate this outlook?

Answer the 2 below questions:

1. The Socrates of Apology is accused of being impious and of corrupting the youth. Please explain how these two indictments are conceptually related. In other words, explain why according to Meletus, the impiety of the soul results in the corruption of the social life. Socrates and Abraham embody two distinct modes and models of citizenship. Please comment on this
2. The crowd, Le Bon contends, is slave to external excitements, exaggeration, absolutism, and is profoundly conservative. Crowds do not reason and cannot be influenced by reasoning: for the sake of civilization, city and social order crowds “must have their illusions at all cost.” How does Le Bon articulate this outlook?


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PAPER DETAILS
Academic LevelCollege (1-2 years: Freshmen, Sophomore)
Subject AreaReligious studies
Paper Type Case study
Number of Pages4 Page(s)/1100 words
Sources1
Paper FormatMLA
SpacingDouble spaced

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