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A history of the literature of ancient Greece; from the by John William Donaldson, Karl Otfried Müller

By John William Donaldson, Karl Otfried Müller

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XXX\ II. THE NEW BEGINNING OF ATTIC TRAINING I'OUNDATION OF Tllli SOCRATIC SCUOOLS. § I. his literary importance. § 2. Aristocratic tendency of Athenian § 2. How far Socrates was the during the Peloponnesian war. founder of dialectical reasoning and moral philosophy. § 4. Imperfect Socratic schools Eucleides and the Megarics. § 5. Antisthenes and the CjTiics. § 6. Socrates; literature ; Aristippus and the Cyrenaics. LTIIOUGII Socrates left no writings behind him, and does not, strictly speaking, deserve a place perhaps the contrilmtors to Greek literature, yet when we conamong sider that the history of a nation's literature is the history also § A 1.

Blench, c. X. § 2. , II. §47, p. , 'AptVrtTr^ros. tlr,^„o Megarics by its second founder Menedemus. -ars his name. AL I'llTLOSOniY OF SOCRATES. 9 knows to be good. Accordinj^ly the moral philosophy of Socrates was a deduction from his theory of consciousness, and his exposure of ignorance assumed the form of a moral rebuke. lie ' ' This waking of the idea of science/ says Sehleiermacher/ and its earliest manifestations, must have been, in the first instance, what constituted the philosophical (rrcok he basis in Socrates ; and for justly regarded as the founder of tliat later philosophy, which in its whole essential form, together this reason is its several variations, was determined bv that idea.

S lir liiul their nn of interrogating, to a consciousness of stir up in their minds an o])])(irtnnity own and thus to i',nioranco, By his peculiar skill in he raised it to the rank of questioning, system and 'dialectics^ {^laXeKTiKri) or 'talk^ more exact views. obtain auxii-ty to tliis I'oiidueting of a scientific process, hccnmc a name for the method of reasoning and the science of This method of sifting the truth had been practised loijic. ' he was assumed, asking and answering Zeno,' as management of Socrates, a more directly and the application, and a more systematic form; under the practical skilful statement that there were ten distinct schools of Socratic phiwas the influence losophers'- shows, at all events, how important of Socrates on the thinkers of his generation, while the tendency exhibited by Plato and others to frame schemes for an Utopian polity, in which the wise and good alone would exercise authority, proves that the self-consciousness of superior or professional as knowledge was still operating on the civic character did in the latter years of the Peloponnesian war.

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