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Introduction to Philosophy
Cameron Bassiri
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Date Created: 09/05/15
Week 1 Reading 1 Piety Socrates and Euthyphro o Socrates is aware of his own ignorance All I know is that I know nothingquot 0 Logic goes around in a circle Question of what do the gods give back to us 0 Point was to define piety and impiety I Piety is duty to being honorable being faithful to gods 0 The dialogue continues because E doesn t give Socrates what he wants For Socrates definitions must be universal concrete and logical Truth is meant to be permanent that is what makes it true 0 Socrates s interrogation might have been an excuse to make a point to excuse his prosecution He was being prosecuted for teaching young men philosophy and corrupting then and for disowning the old gods 0 E is prosecuting is father for murdering a murder 0 o Gods are basically protected by divinity chance for being divine o Socrates goal is to find what is true something that will stand on its roots 0 Piety I 1 prosecuting an unjust individual p 11 problem with it that it is only one example doesn t apply to everybody I 2 what is pleasing to the gods is pious p12 no longer just individual or particular what if the gods disagree with each other the source that we are looking to disagrees I 3 Piety is what the gods love and impiety is what all the gods disagree p15 changes everything I 4 science of prayer 0 Dialogue dia through logue logic


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