The Oracle at the Temple of Delphi said that no one is wiser than Socrates. What follows from this statement?
Does a person’s being highly knowledgeable guarantee that she will also be wise?
Socrates seems to believe that acknowledging his own ignorance makes him slightly wiser than his fellow Athenians. Is this view reasonable?
In Ancient Greek society, living an examined life consisted primarily in
Assume that ‘P’ stands for a proposition (such as the proposition that smoking causes cancer, or that Venus is a planet). Then in order to know that P, one must (select all that apply):
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