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|well-worked-out plan for living. When we ... Having such goals is hardly a plan for |
living one's life as a whole. One's life as a ... Socrates, who was Plato's teacher as
Plato was Aristotle's, said that an unexamined life is not worth living. Aristotle ...
|Here, the name 'Sokrates' above the figure was hardly necessary: his blunt '|
satyric' features [370J were part of his enduring cult reputation. 'THE
UNEXAMINED LIFE IS NOT WORTH LIVING' It was the Anglo-American
philosopher Alfred North ...
|Not only is the unexamined life not worth living, the "unlived" life is not worth |
examining. Unlived here means not living in a manner that enables examination:
life as a mere biological duration in which simple gratification of wants and the ...
|7 in chapter 1. a human life without examination is not worth living this famous |
phrase, more often translated as 'the unexamined life is not worth living', sums up
Socrates' philosophy as well as any few words can. My translation differs from the
|We should live out our Christian faith on the foundation of a world and life view |
that affects all we think and do. • Part 1 of this booklooks at the concept of ...
paraphrase Socrates, “The unexamined life is not worth living.” If I could change
Eric Metaxas - 2011 - 400 pages
|This book is for the seeker in all of us, the collector of wisdom, and the person who asks, “What if?” from the author of Seven Men: And the Secret of Their Greatness The Greek philosopher Socrates famously said that “the unexamined ...|
|He was forced to conclude that the oracle was right: he was wise in at least this |
one respect, namely, that he did not think he knew what he did not really ... As
Socrates famously put it, “the unexamined life is not worth living” (Apology 38A).
|Then you yourself acknowledge that justice is not the interest of the stronger party |
when the stronger party ... end of a long life, Socrates uttered one of the most
famous statements in the history of ideas: “The unexamined life is not worth living
Vincent Brümmer, Marcel Sarot - 1996 - 162 pages
|Introduction Happiness, Well-being and the Meaning of Life Marcel Sarot (Utrecht|
) 1. Introduction Socrates' claim that the unexamined life is not worth living (Plato,
Apology 38A), has become one of his most famous statements. In recent years ...
|... concerning which you hear me examining myself and others, and that the life |
which is unexamined is not worth living — that you are still less likely to believe. ◦
▫ Apology, 37e-38a • The unexamined life is not worth living for a human being.