06-01-31 Socrates Unexamined Life

06-01-31 Socrates Unexamined Life - careful Philosophy is...

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Yes, “the unexamined life is not worth living.” Socrates is saying that in order to live life to its fullest you must examine it completely. In examining life, you must ask questions such as “Why am I here?” and “How did I get here?” while still maintaining your views about theology. Life can be a fragile thing that can slip away from you if you’re not
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Unformatted text preview: careful. Philosophy is examining life and finding answers to these difficult questions. Socrates believed that it would be better to die than to not study philosophy and he was killed because he was allegedly asking too many questions and being “too philosophical.” This proves his point that “the unexamined life is not worth living.”...
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