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Hum 211

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These notes cover Wednesday September 21,2016 class session on Plato's Phaedo Dialogue.
Western Humanities Tradition ( Goggins)
Rory Goggins
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Brittney Williams on Friday September 23, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to HUM 211 at Murray State University taught by Rory Goggins in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 3 views.


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Date Created: 09/23/16
Plato’s Phaedo Class Notes         September 21, 2016  In Plato’s Phaedo dialogue Socrates final moments and thoughts are discussed. In Socrates final  moments he covered four major theories. 1.) Theory of Forms­ the theory of forms deals with metaphysics. Metaphysics being the  study of what exist. Phaedo breaks the theory of forms into two parts. a.) The idea of realism, Realism­ Universals are real, meaning there is one thing that a  group has in common that makes them that group, everyone in that group has  common properties.  Forms are… ­ Intelligible  ­ Unchangeable  ­ Independent  b.) Forms explain common properties. 2.) Theory of Recollection­ Learning is a recollection of knowledge acquired before birth.  The soul existed before birth. 3.) Substance Dualism­ The soul/ mind and the body are different types of things.  4.) Immortality of the soul­ The soul is immortal. 


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