Impromptu Quiz I
1. What are Pheidippides dreams about?
2. What is the oath that Strepsiades asks Pheidippudes to take?
3. If banned from home Strepsiades where would Pheidippides go?
Impromptu Quiz II
1. Socrates claims his argumentation is different fro
Please answer very briefly the following questions. Each question is worth 10% of the overall
On The Apology
1. In whose service does Socrates think he is? What is the mission that his master gave him?
2. After being given a guilty
Take-Home Essay Question
What defines the origin and nature of values for Plato would be the way in which things are defined; the
true value for Plato would be virtue, in which knowledge is a part of. Plato seems to always look for an exp
Professor Michael Greene, Ph.D.
31 October 2016
For Epictetus freedom is to be able to think freely and assess situations
rationally. He believes our own minds are the caves we need to escape. All
too often peop