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CPHL606 Module 12Page1MODULE 1thPhilosophical tradition began in ancient Greece6 century BCEgroup of thinkersPresocraticsPhilosophiaancient Greek wordmeans lover of wisdomSocratesancient philosopherethics and what constitutes good or correct action He didnt leave anything in writingso we understand his thoughts through his greatest student PLATOSymposium is too long and hard to read Just know that many people take turns speaking order isPhaedrus Pausanias Euryximachus Aristophanes Agathon Socrates about what DIotima says AlcibadesIt is a friendly contents where everyone trys to give the best speech Each speech takes what the previous speech has and adds on to itMODULE 2Socrates speaks after Agathon and all the other speakersSocrates begins with Socratic Dialogue also known as dialectic or elenchus which is basically posing a series of quest
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