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allegory of the cave.docx

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HONR 1101 Chapter Notes -Agathon

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Plato"s goal in including alcibiades" speech is firstly to demonstrate that socrates is not responsible for alcibiades" political errors. Plato recogni
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HONR 1101 Chapter Notes -Agathon

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Before agathon speaks, socrates praises his host"s speech abilities, yet he does so in a very sarcastic tone. He explores agathon"s argument that a spe
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HONR 1101 Chapter Notes -Terah, God Speaks, Genesis I

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It is not explicitly stated in genesis why abraham listens to god. However, one can infer that it is due to the promises god makes and the judeo-christ
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HONR 1101 Chapter Notes -Clytemnestra

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HONR 1101 Chapter Notes -Hector

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In my last notes i portrayed the relationship between the mortals and immortals as one of near codependence, where the gods need the people as much as
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HONR 1101 Chapter Notes -Hector

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In my last notes i portrayed the relationship between the mortals and immortals as one of near codependence, where the gods need the people as much as
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exodus 1.docx

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Bible 1.docx

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aristotle 1.docx

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aristotle 2.docx

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Genesis 1.docx

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