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First Two Weeks of Notes - HON-131 Philosophy

by: Motaz Jalil

First Two Weeks of Notes - HON-131 Philosophy HON 131- 02

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Motaz Jalil
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Dr. volpe

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These are the first two weeks of notes based off of the lectures in class, these notes are not found anywhere besides in the classroom. Enjoy
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This 3 page Bundle was uploaded by Motaz Jalil on Sunday September 13, 2015. The Bundle belongs to HON 131- 02 at La Salle University taught by Dr. volpe in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 47 views. For similar materials see Philosophy in PHIL-Philosophy at La Salle University.

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Date Created: 09/13/15
HON131 First Two Weeks of Notes 080915 The Apology It was beyond Socrates control 0 He is in an environment that is structured by forced and circumstances that is beyond his control He identi es his life as a quotLife of a Philosopherquot 0 He continues to live this life even under the extreme circumstances 0 What is the quotlife of a philosopherquot The not philosophical life is the life lived by the majority marked by numerous ambitions and violent What are the quotgoodsquot in both lifes Political view of the reading 0 Socrates is seen dangerous to the majority because he is constantly examining the statusqou o Confusing the youth Socrates has no fear of death 0 Does not believe that death is the greatest evil 0 Allows him to not be manipulated it allows him to stay Socrates How does Socrates distinguishes between himself and the majority o The majority believe in goods such as positions wealth reputation and honours 0 They believe that death is the greatest evil They would be extraordinary disrupted if they were in Socrates position Life is how much valuable things you have that is why death is the greatest evil and they fear it They are the oppositions 0 Their good life is fragile o Socrates39 quotgood39squot cannot be disrupted by these conditions SELFSUFFIECIENCY Forced beyond his control 0 091015 CON39T the apology In class reading passages The greatest evil for Socrates is FALSE BELIEF Death is unknown Socrates states how can one be afraid of something that they are not quotWisequot about What allows Socrates to not be disruptive What are the good39s in his life that he cares about


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