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Unformatted text preview: practicing sorcery in beguiling his mind, Socrates had the right idea. In challenging Meno to think in unfamiliar ways, he was pushing Menos mind to its limits and further. Menos mind was expanding in ways that perplexed him because he was not used to thinking in such unconventional methods. Socrates was doing Meno a favor, for, in the long run, these exercises would one day prove useful to Meno as he continues his journey and develops responses to other such philosophical questions such as virtue and what it is....
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- Spring '08