What_is_Philosophy_ - Is it an adequate means of doing...

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If you could ask the supreme source of all knowledge a philosophical question± what would it be$ Why$
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(ome up with a definition of art± considering the following examples² Keep notes as to HOW you came to your defintion²
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What is the Socratic Method$
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Unformatted text preview: Is it an adequate means of doing philosophy$ What are its strengths and weaknesses$ What about this do you think led Socrates to be put on trial$ Would you have voted to execute Socrates$ Why or why not$...
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