What merriam-webster had to say:Main Entry: cit·i·zenPronunciation: \ˈsi-tə-zən also -sən\Function: nounEtymology: Middle English citizein, from Anglo-French citezein, alteration of citeien, from cité cityDate: 14th century
Indeed, very Greek to me.Where have you been?
Not to Greece surely.
more confusing why did socrates say -I am not an Athenian or a Greek, but a citizen of the world.
:)))That was indeed Greek!Sheesh!
@wise donkeyMaybe because he thought he is a common noun, and common nouns are supposed to be more universal?;) Just taking a jab at your socrates without a capital S@blue periwinkleWasn't it ;)
Because all roads lead to Rome, and there no citizens were left in Greece? :)Interesting one!
point to think