Anything of great importance is pristinely voluntary. We can conceive its truth or we can leave it unconceived and inconceivable. It is entirely our choice.
Even acknowledging the importance of importance is voluntary. Anyone who wishes, can see only unimportance.
We all have our reasons, and it is important to give each their own.
At first I expected every decent person to engage with me in philosophy.
Then I expected only my good friends to engage with me in philosophy.
Then I expected only my good philosophical friends to engage with me in philosophy.
I now expect only those who freely choose it to engage with me in philosophy.
Anyone who doesn’t want to is free not to.
I think I even feel this way, now.
Let’s see if it sticks.