Socrates - reason. (X: passion, reaction, trend) Draw the...

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Ed Philosophy of Socrates
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Activity What did you learn from Socrates? Write down two to three things you learned from Socrates. Take turns and explain what you have learned. Three minutes for each person. Elect a secretary who will take notes and report to the class.
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According to Socrates… What is the purpose of human being? What is the objective of education?
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According to Socrates… What is his method for teaching? What should be the teacher’s role?
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A moral truth for all human beings Teacher’s role: to lead out Discouraged practical/utilitarian education. True education—seek truth or wisdom; the love of wisdom = philosophy. Man’s reason for being is to develop moral excellence.
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Actions of a man of excellence are governed by
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Unformatted text preview: reason. (X: passion, reaction, trend) Draw the knowledge out of the student. Not to inculcate his ideas and views into the student. Moral education the only defensible educational objective Seek knowledge for the good of the person and the state. Know thyself. The unexamined life is not worth living. How did Socrates do his dialogue? Meno: where does virtue come from? Soc.: I dont know. What is virtue? Meno gave examples of different virtues. Soc.: What is the quality they (bees) do not differ, but are all alike? What is the common nature of all virtues? Meno: Virtue is the desire of things honorable and the power of attaining them. Do not all men desire good? Write a Socratic Dialogue of your own...
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