Two short question answers
Question 1: Socrates would say that caring for the soul which is concerned with moral truth and understanding is important? I cant give it a bath or feed it, or can I? Give one way you can care for your soul using Socrates definition of soul.
Question 2: Socrates would argue that it is ok to come to a point of rational ignorance. I have gone as far as I can and there are still more questions, there is still more to learn. Is it ok be in the place he describes as rational ignorance? We want definitive answers and we want them immediately. We live in the age of the internet with many answers to the same question. We get them immediately. I might ask : are we (humans) responsible for the changes in weather that are occurring? I can get two different answers based on what I look up and where I look. Yet, Socrates would say that there is truth. We have to dig to find it. We have to dialogue and question the assumptions of each side. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Ginsberg died. She spent a lifetime arguing cases that were based on inequality. She believed in equality and race, sex, or religion could not be used to create laws that promoted inequality. She was discriminated against as a woman. She was one of the first women to be accepted to Harvard. After Law School, although she graduated at the top of her class, she was denied employment at top law firms because she was a woman. She was told as a Jew that she could not live in certain neighborhoods. Is there an issue you feel passionately about? What makes you feel passionately about it ?What questions did you ask to become an advocate for that issue?