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❰BOOKS❯ ✬ Σοφιστής Author Plato – Gamegeek-denter.de A fluent and accurate new translation of the dialogue that of all Plato's works has seemed to speak most directly to the interests of contemporary and analytical philosophers White's extensive introduA fluent and accurate new translation of the dialogue that of all Plato's works has seemed to speak most directly to the in.

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  1. Timothy Warnock Timothy Warnock says:

    PDFEPUB Σοφιστής Kindle #192; #220; gamegeek denterde #220; Σοφιστής ebok, Σοφιστής MOBIBy the middle of the book here's what I really wanted to see happen STRANGER There are some who imitate knowing what they imitate andsome who do not know And what line of distinction can there possibly be greater than that which divides ignorance from knowledge?THEAETETUS There can be no greaterSTRANGER Was not the sort of imitation of which we spoke just now theimitation of those who know? For he who would imitate you would surelyknow you and your figure?THEAETETUS NaturallySTRANGER And what would you say of the figure or form of justice or ofvirtue in general? Are we not well aware that many having no knowledgeof either but only a sort of opinion do their best to show that thisopinion is really entertained by them by expressing it as far as theycan in word and deed?PUNCHSTRANGER OWSTRANGER STRANGER Did you just punch me in the face?THEAETETUS Yes in the noseSTRANGER That REALLY hurtTHEAETETUS Sorry but I had a justified true belief that punching you in the face would finally m


  2. Tim Tim says:

    PDFEPUB Σοφιστής Kindle #192; #220; gamegeek denterde #220; Σοφιστής ebok, Σοφιστής MOBISophist is one of the few Platonic dialogues which don’t have Socrates as the main character all are from the late period This seems to offer Plato some advantages especially for this book’s purposes Using the Eleatic Visitor as the main speaker allows Plato to make sustained arguments consisting of series of positive statements as opposed to the Socratic character’s standard approach claiming to know nothing and play the midwife of others’ thoughts – asking questions testing answers usually showing their inadequacy a


  3. Lia Lia says:

    PDFEPUB Σοφιστής Kindle #192; #220; gamegeek denterde #220; Σοφιστής ebok, Σοφιστής MOBIClearly I’ll have to read this again I suspect God kills a kitten every time Theaetetus says “clearly” “definitely” “of course” BECAUSE NONE OF THAT IS CLEAR AT ALLI became interested in Sophist through Heidegger I’ve read a bunch of Plato’s dialogues before I can’t remember which I read them without any guide — they impressed me as mildly amusing beyond that it’s completely mysterious to me how anyone can walk away with any sort of certainty or conclusion Plato always leaves me feeling “trolled”The “nice” ? thing about reading backwards from modern “signposts” is that I get to appreciate other people’s interpretive efforts I don’t think I could have taken this dialogue very seirously if I didn’t know it inspired so many generations of philosophers and now I’m burning with desire to read Heidegger’s lecture on Sophist a


  4. Luís Luís says:

    PDFEPUB Σοφιστής Kindle #192; #220; gamegeek denterde #220; Σοφιστής ebok, Σοφιστής MOBIWhat is rhetoric? Yes the dialogue will turn around this issue but not only I loved it The reflections are vivid the text is dramatic and one taken in the story One imagines being in the place of Callicles and debate or being in place of Socrates We speak here of the beautiful and the ugly just and the unjust injustice power in many forms and even the soul Contrary to what one might think the choice of subjects is very variedIn terms of injustice I did not agree with Socrates Indeed he persuaded that committing a crime is worse than suffering This fact is a point of view but I find it slightly reductive and should hav


  5. Kyo Kyo says:

    PDFEPUB Σοφιστής Kindle #192; #220; gamegeek denterde #220; Σοφιστής ebok, Σοφιστής MOBIOkay I know I know I know I have said countless time that I don't like Plato and that I don't like dialogues Apparently I do like the SophistI'm not going to try to go into too much details about why I did like this book in contrast to my general opinion on Plato's dialogue but I think it has something to do with the fact that this dialogue was so clearly rooted in issues of language semantics and linguistics which is something that plays out best in the act of it I'm still not completely sold on the idea of dialogue as a feasible philosophical method but I do think it worked in this case And the fact that it was about Parmenides' being and not being and how both being and negation work subjects I already found very interesting probably help


  6. Edita Edita says:

    PDFEPUB Σοφιστής Kindle #192; #220; gamegeek denterde #220; Σοφιστής ebok, Σοφιστής MOBIOk Since now whenever somebody asks me what's the point of reading Plato after nearly 2500 years I can laught earnestlyThis was a truly extraordinary experience Plato is quite regardful writer he makes sure everybody's got the point before he moves on Trying to def


  7. Amy Amy says:

    PDFEPUB Σοφιστής Kindle #192; #220; gamegeek denterde #220; Σοφιστής ebok, Σοφιστής MOBIOpposites time all the time in this dialogue Trying to break down in the most tedious line of questions of what is being and what is non being This dialogue was dragging for a while near the end and then it wraps up without much of a conclusion in a matter of phrases Certainly didn’t feel conclusive to me Nothing particularly reflective for me with this dialogue and it neither impressed me nor offended


  8. Illiterate Illiterate says:

    PDFEPUB Σοφιστής Kindle #192; #220; gamegeek denterde #220; Σοφιστής ebok, Σοφιστής MOBIPlato argues some things don't exist and some propositions are false Surprising as it might sound those arguments still need to be made


  9. qwe123 qwe123 says:

    PDFEPUB Σοφιστής Kindle #192; #220; gamegeek denterde #220; Σοφιστής ebok, Σοφιστής MOBINot very interesting😢


  10. Curtainthief Curtainthief says:

    PDFEPUB Σοφιστής Kindle #192; #220; gamegeek denterde #220; Σοφιστής ebok, Σοφιστής MOBILeave it to Plato to ask a simple question Who is the sophist? and create an entire ontology as a bi product


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