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The path of knowledge: the theaetetus by Robert CavalierThe path of knowledge: the theaetetus by Robert Cavalier
Forms. Because of this interconnection between the two dialogues, and because the analyses of the Sophist presuppose the negative critiques of the Theaetetus, we shall begin our path of knowledge with the Socratic problem
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Two problems with the last argument for the immortality of the soul in Plato’sTwo problems with the last argument for the immortality of the soul in Plato’s
As outlined in your handout is that C1 (souls must be alive and cannot be dead) in fact does not follow logically from P1 (An organism has a soul if and only if it is alive). Logicians call such a leap in reasoning a non sequitur
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