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Papers On Classic Greek Philosophy (Page 2)
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Socrates / Was He Genuinely Religious? : In 5 pages the
author discusses whether or not Socrates was genuinely
religious. Based on " 'Euthyphro', 'Apology', and 'Crito', which
are works by Plato about his teacher, Socrates, could it be said
that Socrates is a genuinely religious man? Why or why not?
Yes, Socrates was a genuinely religious man. However, he did
not share the religion of the Athenians. He was a martyr to a
new, better religion." Bibliography lists 3 sources. Socrel.wps

Plato / Looking At Socrates Through The Great Dialogues :
The philosopher is looked at through Plato's eyes in this 5 page
analysis of the man's arguments and style. Plato’s The Apology,
The Crito, and Phaedo are the three dialogues which are
discussed in terms of Socrates's contemplation of the human
soul. Socrates is also compared with other historical figures. No
other sources are used. Socsty.wps

Plato / Revealing The Life & Philosophy Of Socrates :
An 8 page factual essay that looks at the life of Socrates as
revealed in the writings of his student, Plato -- and his Five
Great Dialogues. The vagueness of where Socrates's ideas end
and Plato's begin is discussed as well as the life and nature of
Socrates. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Soc2.wps

Plato’s Dialogues / Studying Socrates Through The Eyes Of
His Student :
A 3 page paper that provides an overview of
important points that are relative to the study of Socrates and
can be derived from considering Plato’s "Meno", "Protagoras"
and "Phaedo." No additional sources cited. Stsocrt.wps

Plato’s Dialogues : A 5 page essay on three of Plato’s
Dialogues -- Crito, the Apology, and the Republic, -- analyzing
the main thrust of Socrates’ arguments in each. No additional
sources cited. Dialogu.wps

Plato’s “Apology” / Wisdom Of Socrates : A 10 page paper
arguing that in the Apology, Socrates proves that all he was
accused of was misguided wisdom brought about by the belief
of his accusers that they were wise, rather than consider the
possibility that they had no special claim on wisdom. In the
course of that inquisition Socrates not only proves their
ignorance, but true to his purpose also uses the opportunity to
continue to teach his pupils, despite their designs for him. In
this life or death situation, he is able to convey that virtue is
important above all else and that knowledge can be achieved by
this understanding. However, the pursuit of wisdom is never
complete, because even in the last moments of his life, Socrates
was still learning the wisdom behind the Oracle’s original
message. The primary source is cited. Apology.wps

Plato’s “Apology” / Philosophy or Sophism : A 5 page paper
that considers Socrates arguments in response to the call for the
death penalty. This paper contends that while Socrates used
sophism as a means of supporting his arguments for what he
believed he "deserved" for his crimes, this only supported the
philosophical premise of his argument. Socpo.wps

Plato’s “Apology” / Was Socrates’ 'Guilty' Verdict Just ? :
In 4 pages, the writer attempts to answer this very question. It is
believed that in Athenian terms, Socrates was in fact, guilty of
impiety and corrupting the young but that the integrity of his
accusers needs to be more closely examined. Even in light of
this, it is brought out that the concept of 'innocent until proven
guilty' did not apply in this case and moreover, Socrates
admitted to his own guilt. Thus, there is no reason -- from an
Athenian point-of-view,-- to find Socrates 'not guilty' of the
charges made against him. A very well-developed argument is
provided. No Bibliography. Socrjury.wps

Plato's "Apology" -- Socrates' Defense : A 5 page, in-depth
discussion of Plato's "Apology"-- in which the writer explains
Socrates' entire defense and its relevance to the socio-political
climate of his day. Socrates' logic is analyzed in considerable
detail. Bibliography lists 3 supporting sources. Socrapol.wps

Plato's "Apology" / Socrates & His Dichotomous Profiles :
A 5 page paper that reflects on the two different and seemingly
contradictory profiles of Socrates that become evident in a
reading of the Apology. Initially, Socrates seems almost
self-effacing, but following the finding of his guilt, Socrates is
noisily heroic and refuses to beg for mercy. These
contradictory images are presented and demonstrates support
for Socrates’ belief that “the unexamined life is not worth
living.” No additional sources cited. Socang.wps
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