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PHL200 Friday, October, 11, 2011

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PHL200 Friday, October, 11, 2011 -if beautiful and good are synonymous = possessing beautiful and good is happiness - tokalon: the fine, can be beauty or appraisable. -but beautiful good -Protagoras: “better everyday, every way” -Socrates: “Better in what?”…”What do you teach them”? -“Citizenship cannot be taught” -Story of Prometheus:… fire and practical knowledge.. starting to kill animals... they don’t have the art of politics… they try to make a city but keeps failing. So, Zeus gives them Zeus powers: shame, justice. He gives everyone a sense of justice. AKA the golden rule of right and wrong. -Justice: Learn from experience. And you teach others. -Protagoras knows how this works by explaining by punishing people (because they can learn from it. Not the same penalty for babies or animals.. but) if they do something they ought not to. -Soc: Then, why are Pericles’ sons so bad even if their father is virtuous?
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