Sunday, July 21, 2019
"Now, however, this ancient Platonic ice was beginning to melt. Most people might still be defined by their membership in large hereditary groups, but some were becoming mobile. Wandering scholars and troubadours, traders and Crusaders, itinerant preachers and country folk moving to the city -- all were developing a new sense that, no matter what universal class they belonged to, their individuality mattered."
From Chapter 3