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An explication of Protagoras' views on Punishment

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Philosophy

 

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Leah H

 

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December 22, 2012

 

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It is important to note Socrates is referring to the inability of a man to teach the art of citizenship. It is also important to show that Socrates in no way said that ideas of virtue, and its other branches, are not learnable. These branches – along with those already mentioned – include temperance and piety...
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These branches – along with those already mentioned – include temperance and piety. ‘Temperance’ refers to self-control of physical desires, while ‘piety’ refers to one’s sense and appreciation of the gods. In no part of the text does Socrates state that all of these virtues are not teachable...
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