This is a fascinating conversation, taking sometime, dealing largely with the pros and cons of lock-downs. That is why I selected it for a post. It might be of little interest to readers, so it is not necessarily highly recommended viewing unless one wants to be transported into the realms of high intelligence and high common-sense, if there is actually any such thing.
So, if its only for posterity, and a bit of self-indulgence, it is offered as an example of the existence of a pinnacle of intelligence and personal human achievement. In my estimation, such intellectuals are becoming increasingly rare.
Having just replayed this discussion again, some time after the original draft, it seems even more relevant. Not only for its intelligence on lock-downs in the earlier section, but for the isolation enabling enough time to listen to it all.