Call any idea you want “inaccessible”, but check your contradictions first.
If you haven’t reason in common, you haven’t anything in common.
A government, no matter what kind–no matter how ostensibly free–must always be at its heart a tyranny because of the basic premise which must underwrite it:
The efficacy of man’s existence is better–that is, supremely–realized through force, not his will.
You don’t exist to please others; you don’t exist to obey “authority” just because it claims “authority”, or to receive your goodness from some abstract standard outside of yourself. You exist to be happy, fulfilled, and promoted according to your own tastes and goals, without stealing from, lying, killing, threatening, hurting, or deceiving others. End of story.
The scientist’s rejection of philosophy, specifically metaphysics, means that he believes that science, not the human being, discovers truth.
And the irony is entirely lost on him.
The problem with those who wish to organize society by means of a central governing authority (the State), is not that they don’t have any good ideas, it’s that ther ideas are always a package deal with government force. Which obliterates the ideas, rendering them fundamentally (at the roots of the philosophy) irrelevant, and leaves us only with force.
The student is he who mostly reads; the master, he who mostly thinks.
To approach any art absent a rational ontological frame of reference is to subject oneself to purely emotional manipulation. And art in service to collectivist ideology (e.g. moral subjectivism, socialist or religious dogma) is the easiest and most insidious form of propaganda–for it asks not even a pretense of reason.
Communism is used by moderately smart people to control the masses of stupid people, who are then used to destroy the really smart people, whom the moderately smart people hate, because they are just smart enough to know that they aren’t among the really smart…and they hate that.
An ideal which at root depends upon force (violence) as the primary means of compelling moral outcomes will inevitably put to death even he who holds it.