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Philosophy Notes-2 - Socratic Method Socrates What is X...

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Euthyphro Setting - Kings Court Euthyphro is prosecuting his own father for murdering a slave Family - Euthyphro is doing something unconventional -Euthyphro says he has to do what is right and turn his father in Miasma - Pollution Naxos - island where they lived - Lost island 15 years prior to trial
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Unformatted text preview: Socratic Method Socrates: What is X? Interlocutor: X is R… R stands for any definition Socrates: Don’t you also believe in P and Q Interlocutor: Yes I do Socrates: P and Q imply not R, which means R is false Learned ignorance opens up possibility of knowledge...
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