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  • Title: Book: Riddles of Philosophy: Introduction
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    • reaches its climax in the classical philosophies of Socrates, Plato
  • Title: Book: RoP: The World Conception of the Greek Thinkers (Pt1 Ch2)
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    • to a Dialogue of Plato, the young Socrates is told by Parmenides that
    • of the sophists. It is noteworthy that even Socrates, who to a certain
    • “Know Thyself,” to the edge of a dangerous cliff, Socrates,
    • Historically, the picture of Socrates has come down to us through two
    • philosophy in dialogue form, and Socrates appears in these dialogues
    • Memorabilia of Socrates. At first sight it seems as if Plato
    • had idealized the character of Socrates and as if Xenophon had
    • picture of Socrates as they saw him from a special point of view. One
    • The first thing that must appear significant here is that Socrates'
    • and Xenophon present Socrates in such a way that in him his personal
    • Socrates is taken as the living proof for the conviction that truth is
    • Socrates, this soul is grounded in its own substance. Looking on
    • Socrates, Plato does not teach a doctrine that is asserted by
    • manner in which Plato behaves toward Socrates becomes an expression
    • about Socrates is significant and also the way in which he, in his
    • activity as a writer, has placed Socrates in the world of Greek
    • into it. Through the attitude Plato takes with respect to Socrates,
    • figure of Socrates appears in the sign of this confidence.
    • institutions. Socrates felt that the force lives in the thinking soul
    • leading him, told him what to do, Socrates meant to say, “The
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  • Title: Book: RoP: Modern Man and His World Conception (Pt2 Ch7)
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    • Nietzsche maintained of Socrates that he had overpowered this

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