When Socrates heard from the Oracle of Delphi that no one was wiser than him, he thought this was a paradox as he always said he ____________________.
Socrates criticized others who thought they knew _______.
Which two things came together to lead to the arrest and trial of Socrates?
What was Socrates found guilty of?
When found guilty, Socrates __________ the verdict and took hemlock poison.
He could have been free if he had _____________ his beliefs. However, as a philosopher, he felt it was more _____________ to stick to his beliefs.
Modern scholars believe he was born most likely around ________ B.C.
We don’t know much about Plato’s life because of a lack of ______________________.
His parents both came from the Greek ___________.
What were the two events that greatly affected Plato’s life?
The defeat of Athens ended its ___________. The Spartans then replaced it with an ______________.
When the _____________ was overthrown, Plato thought about a career in politics but decided to stick to philosophy and study after the execution of ___________.
Plato traveled for 12 years throughout the _________________ region and studied throughout _________ and Egypt.
Plato’s writings fall into _________ distinct periods.
The first period occurs during Plato’s travels (399- _____ B.C.). In The Apology of Socrates , Plato goes about trying to teach Socrates’ __________ and teachings.
In the second period, Plato writes his own opinions on ________, courage, wisdom and moderation of the individual and ____________.
By the third period, Socrates takes on a more _________ role and Plato explores the themes of dance, music, drama and architecture, as well as ethics and mortality.
Around 385 B.C., Plato founded the __________, a school of learning.
The Academy operated until 529 A.D. Why was it then closed?
Plato’s goal for the Academy was that it would…
__________ was one of his most promising students at the Academy.
Plato died around _____B.C., when he was in his early _________.
Aristotle was born most likely around ________ B.C.
When he turned 17, his family sent him to _________ to pursue a ________________.
He was sent to ______ because at the time, it was considered the academic center of the ___________.
He enrolled in the __________, which was run by the famous philosopher ___________, who was a student of ____________.
In 338 B.C. Aristotle went home to ___________ to tutor _____________________.
King Phillip II and ___________ both held Aristotle in high esteem and he was paid _____________ for his work.
In 335 B.C., after _________ had conquered Athens, Aristotle went back to the city and started his own school called the ___________.
The school researched topics from science and math to philosophy and politics, and nearly everything _______________. Their findings were written up in ___________, which helped build up the school’s massive collection of written materials.
_______ was one of the main topics Aristotle researched. He believed that knowledge could be obtained through interacting with _________________.
He attempted to classify animals into _________ based on their __________________. While there were some ___________, his classification system was seen as the standard system for many years.
With the earth sciences, Aristotle identified the ______________ . His views on the Earth were controversial at the time, but were popularized during the late ____________.
Aristotle’s philosophy involved both __________ and deductive reasoning.
He would observe the workings of the world around him and then reason from the _____________ to ____________ laws.
Aristotle was the first major proponent of the modern ___________________.
When it came to politics, Aristotle argued that humans are _____________ animals. That means they are also social animals and that any understanding of human behavior or needs MUST include social _____________.