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Author: Plato

ISBN: 9780023607707

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  • Philosophy Notes
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    Philosophy Notes
    Course: PHIL 100
    School: CSU Long Beach

    Alex Gochangco 9/17/07 Philosophy Notes: Plato 428 - 348 BCE Follower of Socrates PLato counted socrates "the justest man alive" "Socrates" The charachter is believed to be more reflective of the actual socrates in the earlier dialogues. Founded the

  • 201 6 F07 Euthyphro Apology 91807
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    201 6 F07 Euthyphro Apology 91807
    Course: PHIL 201
    School: Binghamton

    Philo 201 Lecture 6 9/18/07: Socrates, Plato, Euthyphro, Apology, p. 1 Philo 201, Class 6, Sept 18, 2007 Socrates: Continued Plato: Interpretive Parameters Plato`s Euthyphro Plato`s Apology of Socrates Socrates ancient sources Plato Xenophon

  • Greek Philosophy
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    Greek Philosophy
    Course: PHL 302
    School: University of Texas

    Ancient Greek Philosophy + Meno Wednesday, September 05, 2007 12:00 PM Socrates : 470 399 BCE Plato: 427 347 BCE Aristotle: 384 327 BCE Plato was a student of Socrates Socrates didn't write, Plato/Aristotle did Plato's dialogues with Socrates we

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    Phil 10100-01 Part1
    Course: PHIL PHIL 10100
    School: Notre Dame

    Phil 10100 01 Introduction to Philosophy Spring 2008 Part I Professor Marian David Friday Sections with TAs 1 Readings for Thursday, January 17 Plato: Meno Introduction Margin 70-80d 2 3 Raphael The School of Athens Plato, left Aristotle, right

  • Theory of Recollection
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    Theory of Recollection
    Course: PHIL 2003
    School: Arkansas

    Jeffrey A. Goodhart 2/5/08 Socrates' theory of recollection begins in response to Meno's paradox of inquiry. Socrates states that inquiry cannot lead to new knowledge because one already knows all that he or she can know. According to Socrates, the s

  • chapter 1 notes
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    chapter 1 notes
    Course: PHIL 1301
    School: Georgia Perimeter

    Slide 1 Philosophy 1301-Chapter 1 section 1.1 What is Philosophy? Slide 2 The Greek Philosopher Aristotle who asserted that philosophy begins in wonder, was impressed by the ability of human beings to think. In fact, he defined human beings as rat

  • Lecture on Plato's Meno
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    Lecture on Plato's Meno
    Course: PHIL 50
    School: Marquette

    Lecture on Plato : Meno I. Biography of Plato Plato was born 427 b.c. and died 347 b.c.he was the son of Ariston, and a citizen of Athens. His father was Ariston and His mother was Perictione who traced her ancestry to Solon. Solon was the great poli

  • phil.1029
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    Course: PHIL 20a
    School: UCSB

    Philosophy 20A Hannen 10/29/07 Lecture 6 Meno transitional dialogues In some respects it is platonic dialogues See Plato emerging as own philosopher begins to leave behind historic side Socrates method is principally destructive Theory of knowledge

  • Ancient Philosophers
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    Ancient Philosophers
    Course: PHIL 30301
    School: Notre Dame

    Ancient Philosophers Thales Water is the really real "Everything is full of gods" Anaximander Opposites Cannot make up one another The really real is the indeterminate, the ultimate, the apeiron Anaximenes Air is the really real Pythagora

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    midterm i
    Course: ? ?
    School: Indian Hills CC

    Plato's Meno Gorgias: accustoms Thessalians to give bold and grand answers to any questions they are asked, as experts do. Socrates has never met anyone who knew what virtue was Meno gives many virtues: man, woman, child, elderly man, free man, slave

  • Philosophy Review
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    Philosophy Review
    Course: PHI 1301
    School: Baylor

    Philosophy Review Identifications Kant's categorical imperative Act only according to that maxim by which you can at the same time will it to be universal law. Ren The Confucian concept of humanity or humaneness. This describes the whole character

  • 7.1-7.3
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    Course: PHIL 2500
    School: UGA

    Yuri Balashov, PHIL 2500 Lecture Notes Introduction to PL Again: formal versus natural languages: e.g., English versus SL The problem of expressive power If Mary is in Paris she is in France. Mary is not in France. -She is not in Paris. Valid in E

  • hamade_bryan_one
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    Course: ECON 1000
    School: UGA

    What is Philosophy? 1 What is Philosophy? Bryan Hamade Philosophy 1301-002 Professor James Moore September 4, 2008 What is Philosophy? What is Philosophy? The word philosophy is derived from two Greek words; philos which means love and Sophia whic

  • Logic 9-11
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    Logic 9-11
    Course: PHIL 115
    School: St. Thomas

    Philosophy of the Human Person Quiz September 11, 2007 Which one of the following is not a premise indicator? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. For the reason that Because Whence Inasmuch as Since Which one of the following is not a conclusion indicator? 1. 2. 3.

  • phil.1031
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    Course: PHIL 20a
    School: UCSB

    Kimberly Rauch Hannen Philosophy 20A Lecture 7 Meno sets stage, search for definition and inconclusive failure and revision Meno is a transition to Levite Virtue is the desire of things honorable and the power of attaining them o Socrates: the honora

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