PHILOSOPHICAL VIEWS OF THREE

PHILOSOPHICAL VIEWS OF THREE - THREE PHILOSOPHERS ARI...

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 12/16/10 He did not leave any writings behind; we know  about his ways of thinking from those of whom he  taught. His famous method of instruction called  the Socratic method is still used today. In this  method, the teacher allows students to use their  own deductive reasoning to see things for  themselves through a series of questions and  answers. Unfortunately, many did not agree with  Socrates teachings. He was accused of corrupting KEY IDEAS OF SOCRATES SOCRATE S (469 - 399 B. C.)
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 12/16/10 One of Socrates most famous students,  His actual  name was  Aristocles  -- Plato was a nickname, referring  to his broad physique He believed that a higher world of  unchanging forms and ideas existed. If a person knew  these forms, then he knew the truth. These things, 
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