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29. 441 The Connection Between Moral Character and Harm.

This study guide examines Socrates plea for his life and his contention that he cannot be harmed by his execution. He forgives the people of Athens and contends that his moral purity frees him from any harm in his death. Socrates defense against the charges that he has been corrupting the youth of Athens simply contends that a many of high moral character and virtue would not do harm to others or himself and that no man would choose to be harmed. On this basis it is not possible for the sentence of death to harm Socrates and passing the sentence might really be doing more harm to his accusers and the people of the city of Athens than it ever could do to Socrates. The author concludes that a low moral character will be nothing but harm. A good start at understanding the argument for moral superiority and purity.
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30. 445 The Denial of Incontinence.

This guide looks at Socrates argument of incontinence or the inability to exercise self-control. Included in the Protagoras dialogue this dialogue contends man is rational and can refuse inferior pleasures. In sum, he is not incontinent. Incontinence is best defined as not being able to control one's self and taking actions that are without thought and without careful consideration. In Protagoras, Socrates denies that incontinence can actually exist and in his discussion of choosing pleasures over pains he tries to show that people are not overcome with pleasure and that they are actually functioning from knowledge or a lack of it and it is this that may be determining their actions. A good basic understanding of the dialogue.
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31. 444 The Denial of Hedonism.

This study guide explains why Socrates denies the existence of hedonism (life purely for pleasure) exists. Hedonism is a way of looking at life and philosophy that is based on the hypothesis that people seek pleasure in their lives and that the main basis of living is pleasure. Those things that bring pleasure are good and things that bring pain or discomfort are bad. This standard has been applied to everything from life styles to good and evil with those things that pleasurable being moral and acceptable and those things that bring pain being evil. However, Socrates, in his arguments is able to fairly effectively deny that hedonism exists and show that human beings are really not going to live for either or pleasure or pain, but a balance of both because both elements are really one of the same. A good guide for a basic understanding of this complex dialogue.
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32. 480 The Relationship Between Moral Character and Harm.

This guide looks at Socrates' trial and sentence to death. It contends he cannot be harmed because he is pure of soul and heart. In the Apology Socrates is placed in trial for teaching philosophy to young people and giving them ideas that they might not have had before. His defense to the jury as they decide whether he shall be put to death or not is a discussion of virtue, moral character, and harm. He does not use a usual approach of specifically defending the charges against him. He turns the situation around and he is able to show that even if the jury is able to sentence him to death, they are not going to be able to harm him because of his superior moral character. The author explains his argument in simple terms and shows that the pure of heart cannot be corrupted.
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33. 492 The Value of Justice.

This study guide is a simple explanation of Socrates argument that man will not succumb to inferior pleasures. The guide indicates that simple cause and effect relationships are not enough to give justice value and escaping punishment does not make an action right. Provides an excellent basic understanding of the text.
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34. 592 Examining Socrates' Defense and Moral Character as a Means to Escape Harm.

This guide examines the Apology and concludes that true moral character can free us from the harm of others. Purity goes on beyond death. This is a detailed explanation of Socrates' argument that he cannot be harmed by death and is designed for someone with a basic understanding of the argument.
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35. 19986 Socrates - Theory of Recollection

Although most of Plato's discussion about the Theory of Recollection is contained in his works "Menos", Socrates makes some interesting comments on this theory in conjunction with the Immortality of the Souls ideal in his second speech in Plato's Phaedus. While oblique Socrates clearly defines the idea of recollection as proof that our souls are immortal.
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