PHL200 Friday, October, 11, 2011

PHL200 Friday, October, 11, 2011 - PHL200 Friday, October,...

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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? -Pro: Some are good at playing the flute, some aren’t; only because your father is good at
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