Dismantling of Wisdom

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Philosophy

 

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Jose C

 

Date added:

December 31, 2011

 

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University

 

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A

 

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However, in Plato's The Trial and Death of Socrates the reader finds Socrates asking questions not to gain knowledge or wisdom, but to dismantle wisdom. Through his constant questioning and challenging of thoughts and responses Socrates is attempting to reveal to the subject of his questions that they are not truly as wise as they believe themselves to be...
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The similarity of the dialogue between Socrates with Euthyphro and that of a parent and their child is astounding when the end result of each dialogue is analyzed. At the end of Socrates dialogue with Euthyphro, Euthyphro is frustrated and will no longer agree to try to explain the definition of piety to Socrates...
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