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Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Section 8 Group 3

1. What country did philosophy flourish in the 20th century?
2. What method did Aristotle use to teach philosophy?
3. Was Aristotle's class exclusive or open?
4. What does Solvitur Ambulando mean?

1. Who made a walking path around his 1.5 acres estate to walk and meditate?
2. What did Thomas Hobbs install onto his walking stick?
3. Between Aristotle and Plato, which class was exclusive and which was open?
4. What does "Solvitur Ambulando" mean?
5. Back in the Greek era, who were known as the peripetetics?
6. Who did the peripetetics follow?


  1. FQ: Where were the sons of rich men in Athens sent to study?
    DQ: Do you think Plato wrote down purely what Socrates said, or do you think he combined Socrates' words with his own?

  2. FQ: According Chaerophon, who is the wisest man in Athens?

    DQ: Define "love" in what it means to you or how it is felt.

  3. Anonymous10:03 PM CST

    Mei Zhi Wang
    Section 8

    FQ (LH): True or False - About 2,400 years ago, a man was put to death for asking too many questions.

    DQ (LH): Plato did not believe in a democracy, he believed that only the people that "knew" what they were doing should take charge and be on top, in other words have all the power. Do you agree or disagree with Plato's thinking?

  4. FQ: T/F Socrates believed that writing was far better than conversing.

    DQ: Would you have found a conversation with Socrates intriguing or infuriating?

  5. FQ: Who was Socrates's star pupil?

    DQ: How can someone become aware and know that they have metaphorically, "broken free from the chains and stepped outside of the cave?" How do you know you are no longer being deceived?

  6. FQ: Where does the word "stoic" come from?

    DQ: Should we have the power to decide what is right and wrong?