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         Socrates:     more books (100)
  1. Socrates: Ironist and Moral Philosopher by Gregory Vlastos, 1991-06
  2. Socrates' Second Sailing: On Plato's Republic by Seth Benardete, 1992-10-15
  3. Symposium and The Death of Socrates (Classics of World Literature) by Plato, 1998-10-05
  4. Socrates Meets Kant: The Father of Philosophy Meets His Most Influential Modern Child by Peter Kreeft, 2009-10-01
  5. Kierkegaard and Socrates: A Study in Philosophy and Faith by Jacob Howland, 2008-04-28
  6. A Cock for Asclepios: Or Continuing Dialogues With Socrates, in Extremis by Francis R. Cronin, 1991-06
  7. Socrates (Blackwell Great Minds) by George Rudebusch, 2009-10-06
  8. Routledge Philosophy GuideBook to Plato and the Trial of Socrates (Routledge Philosophy GuideBooks) by Thomas C. Brickhouse, Nicholas D. Smith, 2004-07-06
  9. Apuleius on the God of Socrates by Thomas Taylor, 2001-11
  10. Apologia de Socrates (Spanish Edition) by Platon, 2007-08-01
  11. Aristotle's Dialogue with Socrates: On the "Nicomachean Ethics" by Ronna Burger, 2009-08-15
  12. The Unknown Socrates: Translations, With Introductions and Notes, of Four Important Documents in the Late Antique Reception of Socrates the Athenian by Bernhard Huss, Marc Mastrangelo, et all 2002-09-01
  13. Socrates in New York by John Kotselas, 1998-12-10
  14. Socrates to Sartre and Beyond by Samuel Enoch Stumpf, James Fieser, 2007-07-30

61. Socrates Had It Coming
Comments on the events and significance of the philosopher's death.
Socrates Had It Coming
In the course of Western Civilization, there have been two trials ending in a sentence of death imposed upon two individuals later deemed grossly unfair and unjust by the verdict of history. One trial was that of Jesus Christ, the other that of Socrates. Of course, it can be said with justification that each man steered a course that ended with a fatal termination from the power structure of the time. It was Jesus' destiny. It was Socrates' choice. Both philosophers and theologians, by defining proper moral conduct, carry a political message, a message apt to rub the ruling power structure's nose in its own mess. Honesty is a dangerous double-edged sword wielded by a messenger of truth speaking to power. Christ defined and built a new moral order. All Socrates ever accomplished was questioning and probing the democratic beliefs of his day. He refused to define proper behavior and what should be done by government. Socrates built nothing, wrote nothing; instead he strove to destroy the legitimacy of free men ruling themselves, brown-nosed to concepts of authoritarian rule, and thus was never more than a moral vandal and graffitti-tagger to the social-order Parthenon of fifth century Athens, perhaps the most brilliant civilization ever seen on this planet. Both Christ and Socrates were killed at the orders of lesser men for what they said. The story of Jesus Christ and the world in which he lived are well known. Now let us look at Socrates, the world's first "intellectual" and the stage he acted upon.

62. ISOC - Socrates Projects Database
Est un catalogue de projets soutenus par la Commission europ©enne dans le cadre du programme d'actions centralis© dans le domaine de l'©ducation. Pr©sent projets p©dagogiques, produits et les productions r©alis©s, ev©nements futurs et pass©s, partenaires.
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63. Socrates Quotes - The Quotations Page
Quotations by Author. socrates (469 BC 399 BC) Greek philosopher in Athens more author details. We have 2 book reviews related to socrates.

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By all means marry; if you get a good wife, you'll be happy. If you get a bad one, you'll become a philosopher.
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Do not do to others what angers you if done to you by others.
Envy is the ulcer of the soul.
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Get not your friends by bare compliments, but by giving them sensible tokens of your love.
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Regard your good name as the richest jewel you can possibly be possessed of - for credit is like fire; when once you have kindled it you may easily preserve it, but if you once extinguish it, you will find it an arduous task to rekindle it again. The way to gain a good reputation is to endeavor to be what you desire to appear.
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Remember that there is nothing stable in human affairs; therefore avoid undue elation in prosperity, or undue depression in adversity.

64. Socrates The Hypocrite
Essay arguing that a basic contradiction in socrates' thought is evident from his contentions as documented in the Apology and Crito.

65. The Greeks - Characters: Socrates

66. Western Concepts Of God [Internet Encyclopedia Of Philosophy]
Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy article on God from socrates to Nietzsche.
God, Western Concepts of
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A. Sources of Western Concepts of God
B. Historical Overview 1. Greeks 2. Early Christian Thought ... 9. Goodness A. Sources of Western Concepts of God. Each of the three sources of concepts of God has had those who regard it as the sole reliable basis of our idea of the divine. By contrast, others have regarded two or three of the sources as interdependent and mutually reinforcing. Regardless of these differing approaches, theism broadly construed has been a dominant theme for much of the history of Western thought. Back to Table of Contents B. Historical Overview 1. Greeks. At the dawn of philosophy, the Ionian Greeks sought to understand the true nature of the cosmos and its manifestations of both change and permanence. To Heraclitus, all was change and nothing endured, whereas to Parmenedes, all change was apparent. The Pythagorians found order and permanence in mathematics, giving it religious significance as ultimate being. The Stoics identified order with divine reason. Aristotle made God passively responsible for change in the world in the sense that all things seek divine perfection. God imbues all things with order and purpose, both of which can be discovered and point to his (or its) divine existence. From those contingent things we come to know universals, whereas God knows universals

67. The Greeks - Socrates
The most famous philosopher of Classical Greece, socrates was an Athenian citizen who revolutionized the way people thought about themselves and the world.
The most famous philosopher of Classical Greece, Socrates was an Athenian citizen who revolutionized the way people thought about themselves and the world. Famous for his questioning teaching method and dogged search for the truth, he eventually provoked the fury of the Athenians and was found guilty of impiety and corrupting the city's youth. His execution profoundly changed ideas about what it meant to be heroic since he died only because he refused to abandon his principles.
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68. Agence Nationale Socrates-Leonardo Da Vinci
Groupement dint©rªt public (GIP) charg©e dassurer la promotion et la mise en uvre d©centralis©e des ces deux programmes daction communautaire en mati¨re d©ducation et de formation professionnelle. Documents, formulaires, renseignements, liens.

69. Národná Kancelária SOCRATES
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70. "Who Was Socrates ?" By Alban Dewes Winspear, With Tom Silverberg -- Title Page
The text of a book on socrates' life, by Alban Dewes Winspear.
Who Was Socrates?
by Alban Dewes Winspear
with Tom Silverberg

71. Philosophers : Socrates
socrates. Greek Philosopher. 469399 BC. socrates equated virtue with the knowledge of one s true self, holding that no one knowingly does wrong.
Greek Philosopher
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72. Socrates Scholasticus: The Life Of Hypatia
Biographical paragraph from Scholasticus' Ecclesiastical History. Condemns the slaying of this Alexandrian thinker.
The Life of Hypatia
By Socrates Scholasticus, from his Ecclesiastical History
Reprinted with permission from Alexandria 2 Notes * The Greek word is ostrakois , literally "oystershells," but the word was also applied to brick tiles used on the roofs of houses.
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73. Welcome To Socrates
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74. Bush S Deep Reasons For War On Iraq Oil, Petrodollars, And The
BUSH S DEEP REASONS FOR WAR ON IRAQ OIL, PETRODOLLARS, AND THE OPEC EURO QUESTION (Updated 5/27/03). As the United States made preparations
BUSH'S DEEP REASONS FOR WAR ON IRAQ: OIL, PETRODOLLARS, AND THE OPEC EURO QUESTION (Updated 5/27/03) As the United States made preparations for war with Iraq, White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer , on 2/6/03, again denied to US journalists that the projected war had "anything to do with oil." He echoed Defense Minister Donald Rumsfeld, who on 11/14/02 told CBS News that "It has nothing to do with oil, literally nothing to do with oil." Speaking to British MPs, Prime Minister Tony Blair was just as explicit: "Let me deal with the conspiracy theory idea that this is somehow to do with oil. There is no way whatever if oil were the issue that it would not be infinitely simpler to cut a deal with Saddam...." ( London Times Nor did Bush's State of the Union Message, or Colin Powell's address to the United Nations Security Council, once mention the word "oil." Instead the talk was (in the president's words) of "Iraq's illegal weapons programs, its attempts to hide those weapons from inspectors, and its links to terrorist groups." However our leaders are not being candid with us. Oil has been a major US concern about Iraq in internal and unpublicized documents, since the start of this Administration, and indeed earlier. As Michael Renner has written in

75. Redirection
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76. SOCRATES, Partenariat Dans Le Domaine De L'éducation (2000-2006)
socrates comprend, notamment, les actions COMENIUS, ERASMUS, GRUNDTVIG, LINGUA et MINERVA.
SOCRATES, partenariat dans le domaine de l'éducation (2000-2006) OBJECTIFS Le programme communautaire SOCRATES (2000-2006) a pour objectif, à travers le co-financement de projets, de renforcer la qualité de l'éducation et de la formation initiale et de développer la coopération entre établissements au niveau européen. SOCRATES comprend, notamment, les actions COMENIUS, ERASMUS, GRUNDTVIG, LINGUA et MINERVA. * Actions soutenues
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. coopération interuniversitaire dans le cadre de contrats institutionnels: organisation de la mobilité, élaboration de programmes, système européen de transferts de crédits;
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77. Yoga :: Yoga Books :: Yoga Videos :: Yoga Mats :: Yoga Clothing
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79. Socrates Consulting Ltd
Provide technical solutions including advanced network design, customised desktop and server builds, and secure Internet gateways and domain environments.
Welcome to Socrates Consulting Ltd, the specialist outsourcing and services company that understands innovation in IT. Offering the quality of service delivered by major consultancies with the cost benefits that only a small, dynamic and fast-moving company can provide. From the first steps of business process analysis, via architecture, specification and even deployments, Socrates delivers the right solution for your business. Why Socrates? Find out more about our name, and our values.

socrates Scholasticus The Life of HypatiaThe Life of Hypatia. By socrates Scholasticus, from his Ecclesiastical History. Reprinted with permission from Alexandria 2. THERE

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