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  1. THE LAST DAYS OF SOCRATES. by PLATO, 1965-01-01
  2. The last days of Socrates(The Penguin classics) by Plato, 1969
  3. Socrates, Buddha, Confucius, Jesus: From The Great Philosophers, Volume I by Karl Jaspers, 1966-03-23
  4. From Solon to Socrates: Greek History and Civilization During the 6th and 5th Centuries BC (Routledge Classics) by Victor Ehrenberg, 2010-10-31
  5. Doubt: A History: The Great Doubters and Their Legacy of Innovation from Socrates and Jesus to Thomas Jefferson and Emily Dickinson by Jennifer Michael Hecht, 2004-09-01
  6. Socrates' Muse: Reflections on Effective Case Discussion Leadership by Robert F. Bruner, 2002-08-08
  7. The Last Days of Socrates (Penguin Classics Ser.) by Hugh (translator) Plato; Tredennick, 1966
  8. Philosophy Of Socrates (Modern Studies in Philosophy) by Cregory Vlastos, 1991-12-31
  9. Socrates to Sartre by Samuel Enoch Stumpf, 2000-09
  10. Socrates Meets Machiavelli: The Father of Philosophy Cross-Examines the Author of The Prince by Peter Kreeft, 2003-05
  11. The Philosophy Of Socrates (History of Ancient and Medieval Philosophy) by Nicholas Smith, Thomas C Brickhouse, 1999-12-02
  12. The Living Socrates: The Man Who Dared to Question, As Plato Knew Him by Pearl Cleveland Wilson, 1975-11
  13. Socrates in the Agora (Agora Picture Book) by Mabel Lang, 1978-11-21
  14. Socrates Meets Jesus by Peter Kreeft, 1987-07

101. M.J.E.N.R. - Programme Européen Socrates II

europe et international socrates
Programmes Socrates II - 2000-2006

structure du programme

les huit actions

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Les pays participants sont :
- Chypre, Malte, Turquie.
En contribuant à la création d’un espace européen de coopération dans lequel "l’éducation tout au long de la vie" pourrait prendre toute sa place, le programme entend favoriser "l’exercice actif de la citoyenneté" et "la capacité d’insertion professionnelle".
- Etablissements d’enseignement et de formation, La structure du programme et les actions Socrates II comporte huit actions ; les trois premières suivent une logique chronologique et illustrent la notion d’éducation " tout au long de la vie " puisqu’elles couvrent l’enseignement scolaire, l’enseignement supérieur et la formation des adultes. Ces trois actions sont dotées de la même structure : des projets de coopération transnationale, des actions de mobilité articulées à ces projets, une mise en réseau des projets. Les huit actions Action 1 : COMENIUS, enseignement scolaire

102. Harold A. Miller Library
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103. Philosopher Results
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104. How Socrates Taught By Sanderson Beck
Essay explaining socrates' teaching style and methods.
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Now that we have looked at the life and character of Socrates, we can turn to an examination of his particular approach in educating. What techniques did he use to facilitate learning?
Style and Approach
Socrates' attitude toward the divine carried over into his discussions as he often would pray for assistance in the argument or rely on his spiritual inspiration for guidance. In the Timaeus he suggests to Timaeus before he begins his long speech that he should duly invoke the gods. Timaeus agrees that it is the intelligent way to begin any undertaking.1 In the Republic Socrates suggests to Glaucon that they pray for success in their search for justice.2 At the conclusion of the Phaedrus Socrates offers up a prayer to the gods of this enchanted place where he has been inspired. His prayer is characteristic of his values, but Phaedrus does agree to share it with his friend. O beloved Pan (All) and the other gods of this place, grant to me that I be made beautiful in my soul within, and may the outward be in harmony with the inner man. May I consider the wise man wealthy; and may I have as much money as a self-controlled man can bear and carry.3

105. Socratic Ignorance In Democracy, The Free Market, And Science
Article taking the philosopher's views as starting points to examine democracy, caitalism, and science.
Socratic Ignorance in Democracy,
the Free Market, and Science
Much controversy continues over Socrates's attitude towards democracy. I.F. Stone, embarrassed that the first democracy should have killed a man for exercising freedom of speech and freedom of religion, attempted to justify this by going after Socrates as an enemy of democracy ( The Trial of Socrates ); but since Stone was busy defending Josef Stalin back in the Thirties, and even wrote a book in 1952, the Hidden History of the Korean War , defending the communist invasion of South Korea, his own democratic credentials are suspect. [Now we know, indeed, that Stone was actually a paid agent of the Soviet Union.] Indeed, an evaluation of Socrates essentially depends on the question of what democracy is supposed to be. That can be answered in due course. There are three places in the Apology that provide evidence about Socrates's attitude towards the democracy in Athens. The first is at 20e, where Socrates relates the story of Chaerephon asking Delphi if anyone was wiser than Socrates. He says that Chaerephon was his friend and the friend of many of the jury, sharing their exile and their return. Exile and return? Well, of course, the exile of the democrats from Athens, after the fall of the city in 404, and during the Spartan occupation and the regime of the Thirty Tyrants. That makes Chaerephon sound like a pretty serious partisan of the democracy. Would such a one think of Socrates as the wisest man, to the point of asking Delphi about it, if Socrates were conspicuously against the democracy? Not likely. That is not decisive evidence, naturally, but it is suggestive in connection with other things.

106. Caffeinated Wiki - CaffeinatedWiki
This is PeterColijn s little space on the web. Some interesting pages here are Computer stuff
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107. Stanford University Physics Library Home
Offering interlibrary services and document delivery, including online, collections include videos, UG theses, and Sci Fi. Databases and resources include socrates, CRC Handbook of Chemistry Physics, electronic journals for Physics and Astronomy, SLAC-SPIRES, preprints and working papers, INSPEC at LANL-Article Index, 1969-present, technical reports, SciSearch at LANL-Article Citation Index, 1945-present, dissertations and theses, ADS Astrophysics Data System, Melvyl U.C.'s Library Catalog, E-Print Archive and more.
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108. Socrates
socrates Communautair actieprogramma op onderwijsgebied. Let op de socrates-website is in onderhoud! Informatie ongemak. Wat is socrates?
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Wat is Socrates? Via Socrates biedt de Europese Commissie gelegenheid tot samenwerking tussen scholen, universiteiten en andere "kennisinstellingen" uit verschillende landen in Europa . Leerlingen, studenten, leraren en docenten kunnen, voor korte of langere tijd, individueel of in groepsverband, tijdelijk studeren, doceren of andersoortige ervaring opdoen bij een instelling in het buitenland. Voor onderwijsstaf bestaat de mogelijkheid samen te werken aan het ontwikkelen van lesmateriaal met collega's uit andere landen van de Europese Unie. Het Directoraat-Generaal voor Onderwijs en Cultuur van de Europese Commissie heeft Socrates ontwikkeld ter bevordering van het 'Europa van de Burger' met het doel bij te dragen aan de verhoging van de kwaliteit en het nut van onderwijs in Europa.

109. Talking Socrates And Jesus
This paper reflects an socrates and Jesus and the unconscious link between them.
Iakov Levi
Talking Socrates and Jesus
(An abstract of discussions on Sumvivo in July 2000)
The so called unconscious inferences can be traced back to the all-preserving memory, which presents us with parallel experiences and hence already knows the consequences of an action. It is not anticipation of the effects; rather, it is the feeling: identical causes, identical effects...
(Friedrich Nietzsche, Unpublished Writings, According to Freud, after the primeval murder of the Father, the Horde of the murderous brothers, out of the sense of guilt, renounced to the fruit of the crime, the women, and instituted the first social organization of mankind: Matriarchy. This stage is equivalent to a regression from the genital level to the oral sadistic (the breast) and the intrauterine (placenta)levels. As Lloyd deMause has correctly underlined in his work, the most primitive peoples are still in a schizoid position (Klenian = the breast). The first deity was therefore a female goddess. Afterwards emerged also a Son-god and only at the end of the process re-emerged, after thousands of years, a Father deity, the Return of the assassinated Father. Therefore, Monotheism is the end of a long process ( Totem and Taboo IV:5).

110. Socrates. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
2001. socrates. (s k´r t z) (KEY) , 469–399 BC, Greek philosopher of Athens. 1. Life. socrates was the son of Sophroniscus, a sculptor.
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111. SULAIR: Stanford Auxiliary Library
Houses infrequentlyused Dewey and Library of Congress classified monographs and journals from the collections of Stanford University Libraries as well as materials relocated from Green Library. Materials shelved in SAL are identified as such in Stanford's online catalog, socrates, as well as by stack directories in the Green Library and in SAL. Materials are arranged in Dewey and Library of Congress call number order on compact moveable shelving and are easily browsable.
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112. Was Socrates A Psychological Hedonist?
An informative essay concerning socrates' denial of weakness of the will.

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Was Socrates A Psychological Hedonist?
Curtis Johnson, Lewis and Clark University Plato's Protagoras shows Socrates attempting to expose the common explanation for why people sometimes do things they know they ought not to do as absurd. The conduct in question ( viz ., doing something one knows one ought not to do, even while being able to do it, or in plainer English, acting against one's better judgment), is called akrasia , often rendered as "weakness of will" in English. As portrayed in the Protagoras "the many" believe that such weakness of will is, if not commonplace, at least a well recorded human failing. It occurs often enough to generate explanations for why it occurs, the usual one being that people acting in this way are "overcome by pleasure, pain, or some other passion" ( Prt . 352e1-2). Socrates asserts that this explanation is faulty because it involves an absurdity, which, in simplest terms, is that people cannot be "overcome" by pleasure because they are always motivated by the desire to attain as much pleasure as possible in all of their choices in the first place. This is the view of human motivation usually referred to as "psychological hedonism" (henceforth, PH). On this view, if all human choices are governed by the desire on the part of the agent to maximize his or her own pleasures, then nothing can ever be non-absurdly said to "overcome" those choices, and least of all pleasure. The explanation of the many for

113. Socrates Vlaanderen
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114. Centre For International University Cooperation (SIU)
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115. Socrates In The Labyrinth
Susana Pajares Tosca, Hipertulia. socrates in the Labyrinth is a wideranging exploration of the relationships between hypertext, thought, and argument.
"It is hard to overstate the significance of Kolb's hypertext....
"As an authentic piece of creative philosophical thought and as a remarkably successful use of hypertext technology, this piece should be required reading for hypertext enthusiasts and philosophers alike." Charles Ess, Drury University Read the complete review! "The most exciting piece of non-fiction hypertext that Içve read....David Kolb shows here his mastery of the philosopherçs main task: asking questions. " Susana Pajares Tosca, Hipertulia
Socrates in the Labyrinth is a wide-ranging exploration of the relationships between hypertext, thought, and argument. Does hypertext present alternatives to the logical structures of if-then, claim and support? Is hypertext a mere expository tool, that cannot alter the essence of discussion and proof? Or is hypertext essentially unsuited to rigorous argument? Kolb's discussion is a nuanced, creative approach to these and other questions. Kolb points up the history of nonlinearity in philosophical work, from the Socratic dialogues through Hegel, and the variety of forms that philosophical discussion can take. Kolb's discussion and the structures of Socrates itself show that hypertext is not only a "super-encyclopedia" that leaves the essence of argument unchanged. But his keen understanding of both hypertext and postmodernism also shows that the relation between hypertext and "the end of the text" is more complex than is sometimes claimed. Socrates in the Labyrinth embodies several hypertext structures showing possibilities for writing and thought in the new medium.

116. Socrates
Who Was socrates? by Michael S. Russo. I. socrates Life. The period in which socrates lived was called the Golden Age of Athens.
Who Was Socrates? by Michael S. Russo Molloy College, Department of Philosophy CONTENTS: I. Socrates' Life The period in which Socrates lived was called the Golden Age of Athens . In 480 B.C. the Greeks had decisively defeated the Persians at the Battle of Salamis , and the peace and prosperity that ensued ushered in a period of incredible artistic and cultural achievement, the likes of which the world has not seen since. Socrates himself was born in Athens around 470 B.C. He was the son of Sophroniscus, a sculptor, and Phaenarete, a midwife. During the early part of his life, he seems to have followed in his father's footsteps, working as a sculptor. He was married to Xanthippe (who is often depicted as something of a shrew) and she bore him three sons, Lamprocles, Sophroniscus and Menexenus. Socrates was hardly an ideal husband or father; he was so preoccupied with his search for wisdom that he often neglected his family and was not overly concerned with supporting them financially. As for his education, it is said that he was a student of Anaxagoras, one of the famous early philosophers of Greece. At first he spent his time studying cosmology (or the study of the nature of reality) but later abandoned this field in order to devote himself almost exclusively to ethics. He came to believe that it was his mission to act as a kind of "gadfly" to the Athenian people, provoking them into recognizing their moral ignorance. Needless to say, his constant interrogation did not endear him to all of the citizens of Athens. While Socrates developed a following among many of the more idealistic young men of AthensPlato, for example, was a devoted disciple of hishe soon incurred the wrath of some of the most powerful men in the city.

117. ISOC - Socrates Projects Database
Projects supported by the socrates program for international cooperation in education and research. Projects are categorized according to target group, theme, and subject. Focus on new technology in learning and distance education.
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118. Value Quotes On Business Ethics Corporate Responsibility Financial Management Qu
Famous Quotes on value, values, virtues, business ethics and corporate responsibility. From socrates to George Bush.
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We do not act rightly because we have virtue or excellence, but we rather have those because we have acted rightly. A ristotle 384BC-322BC, Greek philosopher and scientist, student of Plato and teacher of Alexander the Great Capital must be propelled by self-interest; it cannot be enticed by benevolence. Walter B agehot 1826-1877, English monetary economist Corporation, n., An ingenious device for obtaining profit without individual responsibility. Ambrose B ierce 1842-1914, American columnist and writer of horror stories, The Devil's Dictionary 1906 There are two levers to set a man in motion, fear and self-interest. Napoleon B onaparte 1769-1821, French general and emperor Price is what you pay. Value is what you get. Warren B uffett 1930-, American Investment Entrepreneur Earnings can be pliable as putty when a charlatan heads the company reporting them. Warren B uffet 1930-, American Investment Entrepreneur

119. Tender Evaluation - SOCRATES - Assessment And Evaluation Tools For Supply Chain
socrates, a desktop tender evaluation system for the procurement professional.
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120. Programma Socrates
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