“Socrates A Life Worth Living” by Devra Lehman


Tuesday January 2, 2024


Socrates, a Life Worth Living

Notes: - socrates had a voice he felt was from Gods. Daimonion - Memorization. Lots of it. - Humanism - treated sacrifices to the gods as transactional. This meant they relied on themselves rather than gods to teach them. - Odd relationships (pedophelia) - function: intended purpose. Virtue: quality of function.


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