UNIT 1 CHALLENGE 2 PART 1 SOPHIA LEARNING ANCIENT GREEK PHILOSOPHERS.docx - UNIT 1 CHALLENGE 2 PART 1 SOPHIA LEARNING ANCIENT GREEK PHILOSOPHERS 1 \u2014

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UNIT 1 CHALLENGE 2 PART 1 SOPHIA LEARNING ANCIENT GREEK PHILOSOPHERS 1 — Socrates: The Father of Western Philosophy Distinguish Socrates' philosophical approach from those used by previous philosophers. Select the statement that distinguishes Socrates' philosophical approach from that of the Pre-Socratics. a.) His main focus was questions, including "what makes a life worth living?" b.) His main focus was questions, including "what is real?" c.) His main focus was questions, including "are humans truly free or determined?" d.) His main focus was questions, including "how did the universe come to be?" 2 — The Socratic Approach Recognize the philosophical value of the Socratic Method. Select the TRUE statement about the philosophical value of the Socratic Method. a.) It is a pedagogical tool that was used only in ancient times, since it is irrelevant to today's society. b.) It is a pedagogical process that helps students to hone their argumentative skills.

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