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Tuesday, September 2, 2014

section 14 group 3

Today our group/class have discussed about peripatetics.

8 comments:

  1. Timmy Vongrassamy 1411:08 PM CDT

    FQ: Where did Socrates live?

    DQ: What is life?

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  2. Timmy Vongrassamy 1411:10 PM CDT

    Link: More into Plato's theory of Love: http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/hide-and-seek/201206/plato-true-love

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  3. Anonymous11:40 AM CDT

    Ethan Hall (Group 3)
    FQ: What kind of conversations did Socrates believe were successes? (Ones which ended with everyone realizing how little they know)
    FQ: What are the names of the written conversations between Socrates and Plato? (The Platonic Dialogues)
    DQ: What do you believe "wisdom" truly is; and what makes someone wise?
    DQ: Which do you think would be worse? Being put to death or being forced to stop doing what you love? Why?

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  4. Andrew Kingsbery (14-3)
    FQ: What is it called when a conversation ends at an impass?
    FQ: How do we know so much about Socrates when he never wrote anything down?
    DQ: Do you think that the Socratic method was used to show people just how little they know or Socrates way of embarrassing people by confusing them in public?
    DQ:What does Socrates mean by "the unexamined life is not worth living"?

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  5. http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/quotes/s/socrates101212.html

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  6. FQ1: The Socratic Method is an investigation through what everyday activity?
    FQ2:Plato's great dialogue about love is called the _____?

    DQ1: Do you think that the wise/virtuous man is destined to be less happy than the man who is not?
    DQ2: Would you rather be in love with the perfect Form of Beauty or with a beautiful, yet flawed individual? Why?

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  7. Anonymous4:12 PM CDT

    “Wise men speak because they have something to say; fools because they have to say something.”
    ― Plato

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    1. Anonymous4:23 PM CDT

      (Ethan Hall)

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