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Philosophical Views of Aristotle & Plato

.... the common man must be dragged upward toward wisdom and the ideal, but the philosopher is naturally turned in that direction and seeks wisdom and knowledge of ....

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The Dialogue Theaetetus

.... the common man must be dragged upward toward wisdom and the ideal, but the philosopher is naturally turned in that direction and seeks wisdom and knowledge of ....

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Life and Death Relationship

.... conclusions, as noted. Socrates seeks wisdom and sees the soul as the conduit to wisdom for the philosopher. His arguments are largely ....

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Life and Death and Philosophy

.... conclusions, as noted. Socrates seeks wisdom and sees the soul as the conduit to wisdom for the philosopher. His arguments are largely ....

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Libraries, Digital Information, and Plato

.... these absolute truths. This, Plato argues, is the way a true philosopher seeks wisdom (Hundersmarck, 21). These eternal truths, already ....

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Biblical Perspective on the Life Span

.... 2:1-5, where the father explains that if the son seeks wisdom, knowledge, and understanding, they will not betray him and into the bargain he may also find God ....

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Concept of the Soul & the Afterlife

.... it enters the body to develop itself through knowledge and wisdom, and that .... learning, truth, virtue, justice, and so on, while the body seeks pleasures which ....

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Discoveries of Matsuo Basho

.... He knows that the spiritual wisdom and heightened consciousness he seeks can only be won through the willingness and ability to experience everything life has ....

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The Platonic dialogues

.... of food, shelter, clothing, and fuel, Thoreau apparently seeks to compress .... is different from Socrates' approach to achieving knowledge and wisdom, which always ....

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The Crying of Lot 49

.... because they include notions of know-how, technical qualifications, ethical wisdom, auditory and .... She seeks to make San Narciso into Kinneret -- a task in which ....

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The Messages of Various Literary Works

.... He seeks to "pour a torrent of light into our dark world" (Shelley 39). So proud is he, so certain of himself, his power, his wisdom, that he cannot conceive ....

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Hamlet and the Critics Introduction

.... Something ôfrom outside life urges Hamlet to take vengeance, but his wisdom does not admit vengeance, it seeks justice, and cannot see its way to justice ....

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Plato's Concept of the Good Life

.... What Plato seeks in this dialogue is a definition of the perfect life and .... set forth by Plato through his spokesperson, Socrates, are wisdom, courage, discipline ....

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The Odyssey, Hamlet, The Canterbury Tales

.... throat, for example) constitutes an equation that is only one part wisdom and three .... For the moralist who seeks equity, sometimes the ends justify the means. ....

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Socrates The Apology

.... to the question of a philosophical education and what Aristotle eventually calls practical wisdom. .... He seeks to deal with the issue of what is real by studying ....

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Shaping Personal Identity in Hawthorne & Kingston

.... to dictate their actions come to Hester seeking her gudiance and wisdom (Hawthorne 177 .... She seeks ôno selfish ends, nor lived in any measure for her own profit ....

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Plato's Theory of Justice

.... individual in which one part rebels against the whole and seeks to gain .... disposition of mind, and will call the knowledge which controls such actions wisdom. ....

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Plato's Definition of Justice

.... individual in which one part rebels against the whole and seeks to gain .... disposition of mind, and will call the knowledge which controls such actions wisdom. ....

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John Hockenberry's Autobiography Moving Violations

.... He never seeks sympathy for himself, but instead sees himself as simply a man .... Hockenberry is effective at showing us the process whereby wisdom is born from ....

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Aristophanes' The Birds

.... personifications of all of us, or at least that part of us that seeks nirvana or .... has shown himself to be a worthy King, with some measure of wisdom and prudence ....

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Approaches to Buddhism

.... himself has no self and through the practice of meditation and learning the wisdom of the .... The Nikaya sees the non-self and seeks to be freed from any attachment ....

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Symposium & Phaedrus

.... are driven by the pleasure principle and a developed experience that seeks to be in .... However, all encompass desire, god, beauty, and wisdom when speaking of the ....

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Issues in Plato's Symposium

.... In this sense, Aristophanes seeks for reasons of psychological need to reconcile the elements .... and courage; I had met a man whose like for wisdom and fortitude ....

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Socrates on the Nature of the City-State

.... and justice means that the state treats every person equally and seeks to resolve .... to a different conclusion: But now, if justice is indeed wisdom and virtue ....

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Plato's Republic and the City-State

.... Wisdom is the same as reason in this comparison .... Plato seeks a harmony between reason and passion, a life of self mastery in which reason governs the will as its ....

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Plato's Republic

.... What Plato seeks in this dialogue is a definition of the perfect life and .... has already noted that the state has three natural constituents, wisdom, courage, and ....

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Plato's Republic

.... What Plato seeks in this dialogue is a definition of the perfect life and .... has already noted that the state has three natural constituents, wisdom, courage, and ....

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Early Christian Theology

.... Augustine seeks as far as possible to make a case for the .... to those who reason yet independent of reason itself, Augustine identifies wisdom (ultimate knowledge ....

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Outreach Programs for Inactive Catholics Introduc

.... is a universalizing religion, which means that, by its very nature, it seeks to encourage .... life,ö came to us as a teacher, opening for us the wisdom that not ....

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Plato's Republic

.... What Plato seeks in this dialogue is a definition of the perfect life and .... has already noted that the state has three natural constituents, wisdom, courage, and ....

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