Isto tako se i nama dogodilo. You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at. I will begin at once. The subject of their discussion, at least in the beginning, is why Socrates seems so unnaturally solicitous of death- or whether it really should be unnatural to think of death solicitously. U uvodu se navodi da ovaj dijalog posjeduje najljepši Platonov jezik u vidu toga da je jezik ovog djela ponajviše književnoumjetničke prirode.
Farquharson, William Ogle, D'Arcy Wentworth Thompson, J. Socrates: I love talking about this!!! In a way I agree and in a way I disagree. I think that Plato's dialogues is a great place to start for someone who has an interest in the origins of western philosophy. Prvo Jure Zovko prepriča što se sve govori u dijalogu, a onda čitatelj to i pročita u samom dijalogu? Oh, and there is also discussions and proofs on reincarnation in the Phaedo as well, which as we all know, it pretty much not a Christian belief but was, in fact, an Ancient Greek belief. Forgotten surprise to stow away for later: Socrates is said in this dialogue to have written poetry in prison! Το θεωρώ ανώτερο του αντίστοιχου του Αριστοτέλη, αν και δηλώνω προτίμηση στον δεύτερο.
The Phaedo, though on the surface concerned with the immortality of the soul, also contains a very interesting explication of the theory of recollection, first brought forward in the Meno, as well as the closest Plato ever gets to both explaining his theory of forms and saying that God is an immaterial mind. Phaedo: Yes, Echecrates, I was. Socrates having had a reputation as an exceedingly wise man, Echecrates would like to know exactly what he said before his death. Crito is a moving account of his reaction to an opportunity to escape his sentence. Πετράκη Εστία που είναι πολύ 'ακαδημαϊκή', δηλαδή δίνει μεγαλύτερο βάρος στην πιστότητα της μεταφοράς σχεδόν κατά λέξη και λιγότερο στη ροή και στην ζωντάνια του κειμένου, που για μένα είναι το ζητούμενο. A to je zato, što mi od slabosti i tromosti nijesmo podobni doprijeti do navrh zraka. Pages very good, no writing.
A, i sama vizualnost, atmosferičnost Platonova pisanja je očigledna. We note that the Socrates in this dialogue talks about the purpose of life is to pursue knowledge, or gnosis. That a pure life leads to heaven? I have no idea, but as an argument for his point this fails because it depends on the shaky premise that his companions seem to accept without question that our souls existed before in hades, which is as difficult to prove as that they exist after death. And the piece you have just heard is nothing but a concoction of embellishments, half-truths and outright lies. What I find interesting here are some of the thoughts that melded so well with Christianity later on.
During the conversation he explains the immortality of the soul, the world of the Forms and why said Forms are eternal. First of all it is not Christian, and secondly it is not Socratic. Two sticks held side-by-side, for example, may seem equal, but fall short of true Equality. I always say I know nothing and doubt everything. And what you sow is not the body that is to be, but a bare kernel, perhaps of wheat or of some other grain.
Which of us goes to the better lot is known to no one, except the god. Argument from Opposites - i. About this Item: Walter J. The idea as I understand it is that all things come from their opposite states: that which is larger had to have been at one point smaller, for example. This was Plato's account of Socrates last hours before his death.
كتاب مهم للمهتمين بالفلسفة الكلاسيكية اليونانية، والمحاورة بصرف النظر عن محتواها الفلسفي تعتبر من الكتابات الأدبية الرفيعة في الأدب الإغريقي الكلاسيكي Actually, I read the Grube translation and found it excellent. Δυστυχώς το διάβασα από την μετάφραση του Ι. Socrates's view seems in line with the Buddha's Noble Truths not the only similarity this dialogue has with Buddhism - that life is suffering, that suffering is caused by attachment, etc. He disputed that and devoted his life to finding someone smarter than him. Either way, these are odd words coming from a man whose reputation is of a skeptic, committed to wisdom above all else.
After an interval of some months or years, and at Phlius, a town of Peloponnesus, the tale of the last hours of Socrates is narrated to Echecrates and other Phliasians by Phaedo the 'beloved disciple. Shvaća da je nešto nepregledno iznad Zemlje. Na samom kraju dijaloga Sokrat govori o Zemlji. It is related by Phaedo, who was with Socrates during these events, to Echecrates, who was not. I will deal with both in turn and I will outline my argument about how it is not Socratic first and then how it is not Christian secondly.