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Answer
the questions
What is a
sophomore?
Give me an
example of a
philosophical
question?
Name____________________________________ Date__________________________
What Is A Philosopher?
• _______________ = lover of ____________
• _________ = lover
• Soph = _________
• Soph = wisdom, More = _________
Philosophy is the study of general ____________concerning matters such as
____________, knowledge, _________, justice, beauty, validity, ______, and language
Logic and Reason
• 4th Century BC- used ________and ____________ to investigate the nature of the
____________, human society, and morality. Based of 2 assumptions:
o The universe (________, sky, and sea) is put together in a ________way and
is subject to absolute and ________________ ________
o People can ____________ these ____________ through logic and ________
What three things
did Athenians
value?
1.
2.
3.
What is the
Socratic Method?
Why was Socrates
put to death?
Who believed that
an ideal
government should
be controlled by
“Philosopher
Kings”?
Ancient Greek Philosophers
• Three major philosophers ____________, ____________, and ____________lived in
Athens in the 400s and 300s BC laying the foundation for philosophy for years to
come.
• They believed that individual ____________, _______, and ________ are of great
importance.
Socrates
• 469 - 399 B.C
• Questioned ________________, even the closest held ________.
• Encouraged ________________ to ________
• Left ________ writings
• Developed “Socratic Method,” a series of ____________ and answer ____________
Socrates Fun Facts
• Socrates never wrote anything. All of his ________were written down by his
____________, ____________.
• Known as one of the ____________ men of all ________.
• It’s rumored that Plato had an affair with Socrates’ wife
• He was charged with lack of ____________and corruption of the city's youth. He was
found ________and sentenced to ________. He died in 399 BCE after drinking
hemlock ________.
Plato
• 428-348 BC
• ________- Student of ____________.
• Documented Socrates work
• Most famous dialog is the ________________
– Developed the idea of ________________ ________- In a perfectly governed
society the rulers were ____the wealthiest, but the _______whom he called
Philosopher Kings.
• Trained as a mathematician
Plato Fun Facts
• “Those things which are ____________ are also ____________.” - Plato
• VOLUNTARY EXILE. Plato left his native city immediately following the execution of
Socrates.
•
In Syracuse he was sold into ____________. Plato raised three thousand drachmas
through his friends to buy back his freedom. He returned to Athens in 387 B.C.
• THE ACADEMY. In 386 B.C. Plato purchased a recreation grove dedicated to the god
Academus. This became the location of his school.
Aristotle
• 384-322 BC
• Student of ____________
• Examined the nature of the world and human belief, thought, and knowledge.
• Politics: Believed that government’s ________are also ____________to the same
________.
• ________theorist of ________________ (Plato hated democracy)
What does
Aristotle’s quote
mean?
He who trusts any man with supreme power gives it to a wild beast, for such his
appetite sometimes makes him;
____________________________________________, even the best of men, but
________ is ____________without desire. -Aristotle
Legacy of Ancient Greece and Rome
• Greece set lasting standards in ________________ and ________________
• Developed ________ ________________in order for their citizens to actively
participate in political decisions
• First to develop ________ branches of government
o ____________- pass laws
o ____________- carry out laws
o ____________- settle disputes about the laws
Athenian (Greek) vs. United States Democracy
Summary
1.___________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________
2. __________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________
3. __________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________
4. __________________________________________________________________________________