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1 Germination is complicated with the bursting forth of a meteor and with the peck of a swallow cracking its egg, and it places on one level the birth of an earthworm and the advent of Socrates.
2 And that's the crucial premise or some conclusion for the immortaility of the soul because then Socrates invites us to think about the soul.
3 We know Socrates primarily from the accounts of other writers: from his student, Plato, from Xenophon, the historian, as well as from the plays of Aristophanes.
4 First, the subject of the sentence, 'Socrates', and second a property ascribed to the subject, namely' being wise '.
5 He urges Socrates to allow him to help him escape.
6 youth, Socrates was a pupil of the philosopher Archelaus, and thereafter practised philosophy without ever writing any of it down.
7 That's the way Socrates begins this dialogue, or that's the way Plato has Socrates begin it.
8 Remember also that the city that brought Socrates to trial was not just any city it was a peculiar kind of city it was Athens.
9 Each of the other citizens, Socrates says, must be brought to that which naturally suits him, which naturally suits him, one man, one job, he says.
10 So what is at stake in this quarrel between Socrates and the poetic tradition ? that he alludes to?
11 You should pay me double the tuition fees," said Socrates.
12 Ascham, in "the Schoolmaster", tells a touching story of his last visit to Lady Jane Grey. He found her sitting in an oriel window reading Plato's beautiful account of the death of Socrates.
13 From this point of view I want to say? Was Socrates guilty of impiety?
14 For Socrates, the pursuit of knowledge was as essential as the air we breathe.
15 What is at stake is far from insignificant: it is how one should live one's life" says Socrates, in a sentence that itself exhibits the excellence to which it directs us.
16 So you can see that the trial of Socrates the little speech that you have read takes place in the shadow of military defeat of resistance of conspiracy and betrayal.
17 Socrates is talking to Hippias of Elis, a travelling "sophist" who sets up as a professional "wise man", taking money for lessons in private and public rhetoric, and managing public business himself.
18 That's the metaphysical thesis that Socrates comes to by thinking about cases.
19 Buffeted by scandal and the backlash from unpopular reforms, Mr Socrates scored a considerable triumph by staying in office.
20 The mockery you might say mockery of Socrates remains one of the sincerest forms of flattery; they took him very seriously.
21 We have to ask oursleves when Socrates puts his argument forward, which of these you have in mind?
22 look, they say, at the philosophy of Socrates, the wisdom of the Bible, or the glories of Leonardo da Vinci; since antiquity, the West has simply outshone the rest.
23 trial of Socrates asks us to think about the limits of toleration,? What views, if any, do we find simply intolerable?
24 In Plato's Phaedrus, Socrates bemoaned the development of writing.
25 Philosopher Socrates has even made this his personal maxim.
26 Their early challenges to Socrates show them to be potential philosophers.
27 Alexander and Gaius and Pompeius, what are they in comparison with Diogenes and Heraclitus and Socrates?
28 First, the discussions of wisdoms on good citizen and those of Pythagoras, Socrates and Plato on good man become the important parameter for Christianity's belief in positioning a man.
29 The man was Socrates, the philosopher from ancient Athens and arguably the true father of western thought.
30 To tolerate Socrates would be to say to him that we care little for our way of life and that we are willing to let you challenge it and impugn it every day.