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September 24 - Philosphy 200 Meno and Phaedo 24/09/2007...

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24/09/2007 13:38:00 Soul maybe longer lived than the body, but they still perish – with the last body.  Harmony of this lyre.  Degrees rather that one or other. Have or don’t.  Soul divided into 3 parts.  Equivocal to state – 3 parts Spirited [soldiers] Reason [guardians] What is justice? Harmonious working together of the three parts.  Harmony of soul Soul is the harmony of the body Justice is the harmony of the soul Therefore: Justice the harmony of the harmony of the body.  Category mistake o Not the sort of thing that can have a harmony [harmony have a  harmony?] 3 rd  reply to simias’s objection.  Soul is active, harmony is passive.  Offer of recollection Simias objection Could the soul outlive many bodies yet in the end perish, being outlived by it’s  last body? o
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course PHIL 200 taught by Professor Mccall during the Fall '08 term at McGill.

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