Unformatted text preview: just shows how these great thinkers had to piggyback on each others ideas and expand on them because no one else was going to develop the ideas for them. I thought that the most interesting thing was some of the excerpts. Some of them said things like how the earth was a sphere. That came way before people actually came to believe that the earth was not flat. One of my favorite quotes that I read was that “Dogs bark at what they do not know.” The reason that I loved it so much is that I interpreted the quote and applied it more to how humans react. We mock what we do not know and that is how ignorance is born. I felt that the way that that these great thinkers knew about human nature and were able to articulate it was very impressive....
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- Fall '07
- Psychology, Thought, Thing, Zach Garcia, presocratics reader