Jorge Semprún

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Last quote by Jorge Semprún

Unfortunately we're reverting to an era of apathy. This phrase comes from a German philosopher of the 1930s and is equally valid today. The greatest danger is apathy, disenchantment, indifference, and it comes from everything we're not offering our young people. We offer them things than interest them a lot, like university exchanges, worldwide travel, but we don't offer them a common, global project…why Europe? What is our role? What does it signify? We have to offer them more than an Erasmus programme.
Jul 01 2009
This page is completely dedicated to what Jorge Semprún has to say. All of Jorge Semprún’s quotes are organized here by date and topic. The most recent quote attributed to Jorge Semprún came from an article called Jorge Semprun: Apathy a danger to Europe: “In Europe, and in the rest of the world there's been a crisis in the parliamentary system for years. And this crisis is manifest in several way. Low regard for the political class in general is one cause. Above all, fundamentally there's the turnout problem which has been falling across Europe. Abstentionism's been rife in all the European elections. There's a mistaken belief in public opinion that these elections are less important than regional or legislative elections in each country. This abstentionism is reaching shocking, dangerous, alarming levels.”.
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