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Test # 3 in Appreciation of philosophy

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Test # 3 in Appreciation of philosophy PSyc

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Crito Phaedo Apology Euthyphro Ans socrates dialogue
Appreciation of Philosophy
Richard B. McKita
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philosophy, Studyguide, Socrates
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Date Created: 10/05/16
Pgs 72­117 in textbook Euthyphro: ­Know who he is and Read his conversation with Socrates (pgs 73­81) ­Hosion: The first instance, the knowledge of the proper ritual in prayer and sacrifice, and its performance ­“Gods love what is pious because it is pious” ­“I create new gods while not believing in the old gods, he has indicted me for their  sake”­Socrates ­E: wants to prosecute his father and is thought to be crazy for wanting to do this “It is impious for a son to prosecute his father for murder”­E ­“What is dear to gods is pious, what is not is impious”­E “Different gods consider different things to be just, beautiful, ugly, good, and bad, for  they would be at odds with one another unless they differed about these subjects, would  they?”­S “Holiness is persecuting religious offenders” –E suggests ­“What is holy is what is agreeable to the gods” E E believes that holiness is a type of justice. Apology: Pgs 86-99 This is a speech that Socrates gives at his trial for not recognizing the gods ­This speech is not the same meaning as apology in today’s dialect; it derives from the  Greek word “apologia” which means a defense or a speech mad in defense ­ Socrates explains that he considered it his duty to question supposed  "wise" men and to expose their false wisdom as ignorance ­Socrates then begins to interrogate Miletus ­Socrates more so tries to embarrass Miletus than come to the truth, Socrates is then  found guilty and said to think of a punishment for him. ­Socrates suggests paying a fine but the jury rejects and sentences him to death. ­He is fearful for death because he is unaware what happens after death, so why be  scared? Crito pgs 105-112 -This dialogue takes place when Socrates is in prison awaiting his death sentence -Crito is an old friend of Socrates and comes to visit him -crito is trying to convince Socrates to escape; he says Socrates death will reflect badly upon his friends -Socrates says one should not worry about public opinion -Socrates introduces the Voice of the Laws of Athens, and they tell him it is unjust for Socrates to leave his cell -Socrates says he should not try to escape from the laws but rather persuade the laws to let him go Phaedo: pgs 114-117 -Again in his death cell, Socrates explains that suicide is wrong, and that a true philosopher should look forward to death -He says the soul is immortal, and that a philosopher spends his entire life training to separate the body from the soul -He explains there is a circle of life and that life and death are opposites -He suggests that our soul exists before we are born and we know all knowledge, and “forget” it at birth, and that one spends their life regaining this knowledge


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