An Inspector Calls

"We don't live alone. We are members of one body. We are responsible for each other." Why are these words central to the main moral theme of the play?

What are the meaning of these words?

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One of the plays mains themes is that we must all care more thoroughly about the general welfare, not just ourselves or the things that effect us individually.

Priestley a politcal agenda when writing 'An Inspector Calls'. He was a strong believer in socialism, and the purpose of the play is to convey this message to his audiance through his Brechtian style.