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What Was Socrates Education? (SOLVED)

Socrates was the antithesis for elitist mentality. Socrates rejected “the pursuit of knowledge” for its own sake as a delusion and a snare, inasmuch as knowledge, properly so-called is unattainable, and a snare, insofar as it draws us away from the study of conduct (www.2020site.org/socrates) In other words, the pursuit of art, cosmology, or any specific discipline blurred the quest for truth 🙌 The practical knowledge that experts had in their respective fields was trivial and unimportant to anyone but they themselves 🤓 He wanted to educate, challenge, question and debate men of ignorance mistaking themselves as knowledgeable, and by doing so, to promote their intellectual and moral improvement 😉 [1]
After a long (sort of) hiatus, I’m glad to be back. As you may recall, my focus was on the Chevening Scholarship and the application process. I also interviewed at the British Embassy. It’s a good question to ask. If you enjoy my blog and think they are interesting, please send me positive energy so I can become one of this year’s Chevening Scholars. If I pass, I’ll be given the wonderful opportunity of getting a Master’s degree in Psychology of Education at the University of Bristol and the prospect of actually achieving this puts an ear-to-ear grin on my face besides lighting up my heart. Garreth, Tongliao China’s last modified this 91 days ago [2]
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These experts are from scu.edu Please send us more information. Plato’s Republic, although most well-known for its defense of justice and its finality, also contains a powerful defense of philosophy education. The dialog’s intricacies make it difficult for Plato to articulate his beliefs about education. Socrates, Plato’s mouthpiece during the dialog, not only posits two different visions of education (the education of warrior guardians and second the philosophy-kings’ education), but also offers a subtler approach. account of education through the pedagogical method Glaucon, Adeimantus are his partners. The dramatic setting of the dialog can make it difficult for some aspects of the Republic to be understood, but in the case education, this provides the key to understanding and locating Socrates true vision of education. Socrates’ pedagogical approach with the interlocutors corresponds closely with his vision of the education of the philosopher-kings–an overlap which suggests that the allegory of the cave is representative of true Socratic education. (Thanks to Margarito Vinson and their guidance). [3]
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It is more challenging to write about Socrates, the philosopher. Socrates left no books. Plato was his student who wrote the best about him. It is obvious to all that Plato’s teacher was not the one who authored many of the ideas he reports. In a sense, Socrates was Plato’s character, as a novelist has a character and lets him speak the writer’s thoughts. It is difficult, from Plato’s books, to arrive at what Socrates actually said and what Plato said in his name. Last modified by Roma Burdick, Latakia (Syria) 7 weeks ago [4]
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Refer to the Article

  1. https://www.newfoundations.com/GALLERY/Socrates.html
  2. https://edcrocks.com/2018/03/18/socrates-and-teaching-past-present-and-future/
  3. https://www.scu.edu/character/resources/education-in-platos-republic/
  4. https://publicseminar.org/2018/04/socrates-and-his-teaching/
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