DongHyun Suh Essay Plato

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Dong Hyun Suh Mosaic I Captone Project: Plato’s Trial and Death of Socrates Sheila Paulos May 1, 2009 Socrates’ famous quote, “Know thyself” tells that knowing who you are is a most difficult question to ask someone. If someone asked who am I is then I can tell him or her about my name, gender, age, and so one. There is not one word that can describe me. It is really hard to define myself who am I is, because it is not just one thing about me can explain everything about me. Also, I am not sure that I can just define myself while living with others in society because people judges. The appearance can tell who oneself is while the inside of individual can also affect to determine oneself. Sigmund Freud came up with a new theory about the concepts of unconscious mind and thinking. His idea helped me answer Socrates’ question, “Know thyself”, which refer by extension to the ideal of understanding, human behavior, morals, and thought. The new idea, unconscious mind influence to understanding of oneself depend on the unconscious mind which actually telling you what to do rather than reason or cognitive thinking. I found really interesting examples and stories about how people start losing stuffs. Often I see
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This note was uploaded on 06/05/2009 for the course 1 1 taught by Professor 1 during the Spring '09 term at Adventista de las Antillas.

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