No, I simply pointed out another example of your obsessive "English exceptionalism" narrative when you attempted to claim that only the English do irreverence. Pythagoras was not simply a mathematician, he was (so he thought) a philosopher, and he established communities of his followers so that they would not be defiled by the irreverence of other Greeks. He lived in the late sixth century BCE. Aristotle also complained of the irreverence of Greeks, especially of youth. The ancient Egyptians and Sumerians complained about irreverence.
But Izzy wants to claim it as something exclusively English. Then he starts this **** show of wild accusations and irrelevant topics, because Izzy can't deal with contradiction.
Since this is a useless Goldman thread, I have no problem with clogging it with ridicule of Izzy and his moronic obsession about "English exceptionalism."