EUTHYPHRO - 1 OUTLINE WITH STUDY QUESTIONSPlatos Euthyphro...

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1 OUTLINE WITH STUDY QUESTIONS—Plato’s Euthyphro I. Introduction What brings Socrates to the court of the king-archon? HE IS THERE TO BE INDICTED BY MILETUS ON CHARGES OF IMPIETY AND CORRUPTING YOUTH. What brings Euthyphro to the court? HE IS PROSECUTING HIS FATHER FOR MURDER. What reason does Socrates give Euthyphro for wanting to become his pupil? HE THINKS EUTHYPHRO WILL BE ABLE TO TEACH HIM WHAT PIETY IS; TO BE ABLE TO CHARGE HIS FATHER, HE MUST KNOW WHAT PIETY IS. II. Euthyphro's Definitions of Piety 1 ST DEFINITION-- Prosecuting the Wrongdoer According to Socrates, why cannot piety be defined as prosecuting the wrongdoer? SOCRATES DID NOT WANT TO KNOW INSTANCES OF PIETY, BUT RATHER WHAT IS COMMON TO THE CONCEPT---THE FORM. 2 ND DEFINTION--What Is Dear to the Gods PROBLEM—GODS DISAGREE According to Euthyphro, about what kinds of things do the gods disagree? THEY DISAGREE ABOUT THE SAME THINGS THAT MEN DO: WHAT IS GOOD AND BAD, WHAT IS JUST AND UNJUST, WHAT IS BEAUTIFUL AND UGLY,
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2011 for the course MUS 1004 taught by Professor Richardcole during the Spring '08 term at Virginia Tech.

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EUTHYPHRO - 1 OUTLINE WITH STUDY QUESTIONSPlatos Euthyphro...

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