Harry confused a majority of his 10,865,000 followers yesterday when he wrote a tweet about Greek Philosophy.
The Tweet said: “Socrates, born in Athens in the 5th century BCE, marks a watershed in Ancient Greek philosophy.”
Socrates, born in Athens in the 5th century BCE, marks a watershed in Ancient Greek philosophy.
— Harry Styles (@Harry_Styles) February 13, 2013
This comes after Harry rose to the challenge of British philosopher Alain De Botton who had earlier said in an interview for the Metro newspaper “In an ideal world Harry Styles would be teaching his 10 million Twitter followers a little more about Greek philosophy.”
Harry’s tweet was copied from Wikipedia and some of his followers caught him out with one tweeting “word for word off wikipedia get some original styles cmon”.
Harry and Alain had previously met at a party with Alain saying of the experience “I was introduced to him at a party. Neither of us had heard of each other. We had a nice chat. It was fun.”