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1. Which pre-Socratics were monists? Which were pluralists? 2. Which pre-Socratics were reductionists? What's the difference between monism and reductionism? 3. What are the basic points of ancient atomism? 4. What did the pre-Socratics think about sense perception, empirical inquiry, and abstract reasoning? 5. Who thought that everything was water? 6. Who thought that all knowledge comes from doing mathematics? 7. Who thought that everything was changing except the principle of change itself? 8. Who thought that tiny particles were colliding in a limitless empty space? 9. Who argued that plurality, change, and motion are illusory, because they would require unthinkable non-beings? 10. Who argued that motion is impossible because it leads to paradoxes of infinity? 11. Two of the pre-Socratics were teacher and student. Which ones were they?
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12. What was the relationship between Plato and Socrates? Aristotle and Plato? Who wrote what? 13. Socrates was brought to court on two official charges? What were these charges?
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course TRAD 104 taught by Professor Freeble during the Fall '08 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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