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15.Socrates and Majority Rule: An Analysis of His Criticisms.
This six-page undergraduate paper analyzes the position of Socrates regarding the concept of majority rule, examines how the concept of majority rule is used in modern political societies, and discusses whether Socrates' criticisms of majority rule make sense.
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Filename: 14909 Socrates, Majority Rule.doc
16.15015 Discuss Practices and Reasonings of Socrates
This paper discusses practices and reasonings of Socrates.
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Filename: 15015 Plato Socrates Practices.doc
17.18208 Socrates and Justice: An Analysis of Implications.
This eight-page undergraduate essay analyzes the most significant political/philosophical implications of Socrates' discussion of justice as whole. The author examines Socrates' analysis of justice, his observations on how best to attain it, and his application of his philosophy in practical political and social terms.
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Filename: 18208 Socrates And Justice.doc
18.19214 A Moral Analysis: Socrates in the Modern World.
This paper will discuss how Socrates might have responded in today' world to immorality, and why it would not be very different in this perspective. By analyzing the texts of Plato, we can see how Socrates might have responded as he did in 500 B.C., as he would have in the present times.
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Filename: 19214 Moral Analysis Socrates.doc
The topic of this paper is Socrates. To pander" means to give in or to serve the cheaper or lower desires and tastes of others and to use their weaknesses for the benefit of the "pander." A "pander" is a middleman between a person who wants to buy cheap pleasure and the person who wants to sell it. The pander is a pimp. Socrates considered the oratory as cheap as this because the listeners of an orator simply listened to his ideas and did not send back their opinion and reactions to the orator to accept or reject it. He viewed orators (or the Sophists of his time) as speaking without interest to the truthfulness of what they said before others, but only to influence them to accept their thinking. This spread of wrong thinking or false information was, to Socrates, the greatest evil. He added that, even if the orators (or Sophists) were able to influence their listeners, it did not work for them, because they spoke and did the false things that were not for their good.
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Filename: 90 Discusses On Socrates.doc
20.336 Is There Truly Incontinence?
This study guide explains Socrates' argument that rational men will not be overcome with pleasure and we are not without control. A simple guide with modern examples, the guide makes it possible to easily understand the complex dialogue. It concludes that there is incontinence and man does not have the control he states he does. One of many arguments against the theory.
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Filename: 336 Socrates Truly Incontinence.doc
21.335 Is There a Tie Between Moral Character and Harm?
This study guide seeks to discover if there is a tie between moral character and harm. Socrates maintains his moral character and contends he cannot be harmed by death because he is pure. Contains citations and quotes from the dialogue with explanations of each.