Socrates

Greek philosopher, 469-399 BCE, perhaps the first to consider questions of morality. Was found guilty of subverting the minds of his pupils and sentenced to death.

Socrates

Athenian philosopher and central figure of Plato's Apology, Symposium and Dialogues.
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Socrates

[n] - ancient Athenian philosopher
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Socrates

(c. 469-399 BC) Athenian philosopher. He wrote nothing but was immortalized in the dialogues of his pupil Plato. In his desire to combat the scepticism of the sophists, Socrates asserted the possibility of genuine...
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Socrates

noun ancient Athenian philosopher; teacher of Plato and Xenophon (470-399 BC)
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Socrates

Byzantine church historian whose annotated chronicle, Historia ecclesiastica (`Ecclesiastical History`), is an indispensable documentary source for ... [2 related articles]
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Socrates

Greek philosopher whose way of life, character, and thought exerted a profound influence on ancient and modern philosophy.[21 related articles]
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Socrates

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Socrates

Socrates (z; Σωκράτης Sōkrátēs sɔːkrátɛːs; 470/469 BC – 399 BC) was a classical Greek (Athenian) philosopher credited as one of the founders of Western philosophy. He is an enigmatic figure known chiefly through the accounts of classical writers, especially the writings of his students Plato and Xenophon and the plays of his cont...
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Socrates

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SOCRATES

[pain assessment] SOCRATES is a mnemonic acronym used by emergency medical services, doctors, nurses and other health professionals to evaluate the nature of pain that a patient is experiencing. ==Meaning of the acronym== The acronym is used to gain an insight into the patient`s condition, and to allow the Health Care Provider to develop a ...
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Socrates

(c. 469–399 BC) Greek philosopher and mentor of Plato. Socrates wrote nothing, but much of his life and thought is vividly recorded in the Dialogues of Plato. The exact extent of Plato's indebtedness to Socrates is uncertain – for example, it is still disputed whethe...
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Socrates

Socrates (sok'rutēz) , 469–399 B.C., Greek philosopher of Athens. Famous for his view of philosophy as a pursuit proper and necessary to all intelligent men, he is one of the great examples of a man who lived by his principles even though they ultimately cost him his life. Knowledge ...
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Socrates

(c. 470-399 B.C.) Was one of the most influential teachers of philosophy. The son of an Athenian stone cutter, named Sophroniscus, and of a mid-wife, Socrates learned his father's trade, but, in a sense, practised his mother's. Plato makes him describe himself as one who assists at the birth of ideas. With the exception of two periods of military ....
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Socrates

Socrates was a Greek philosopher. He was born in 469 BC and died in 399 BC. The son of Sophroniscus and Phaenarete he is said to have been trained as a sculptor. He married Xanthippe and had three sons.
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Socrates

Athenian philosopher. He wrote nothing but was immortalized in the dialogues of his pupil Plato. In his desire to combat the scepticism of the sophists, Socrates asserted the possibility of genuine knowledge. In ethics, he put forward the view that the good person never knowingly does wrong. True knowledge emerges through dialogue and systematic qu...
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Socrates

An EU educational support fund.
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Socrates

[disambiguation] Socrates (c. 469 BC – 399 BC) is an ancient Greek philosopher. Socrates (sometimes Sokrates) may also refer to: ==People== ===Ancient Greece=== ===In Christianity=== ===Sports=== ===Other=== ==In literature== ==In entertainment== ==Other uses== ...
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Socrates

Lived from about 470 to 399. A philosopher and friend of Plato, he was famous for asking questions, but was forced to kill himself because Athens' rulers feared his teachings.
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Socrates

[Voltaire] Socrates (Socrate), written by Voltaire, the famous French philosopher in the mid 18th century, is a play in three acts that concerns itself with Socrates and the events just before his death during his trial. It is heavy with satire specifically at government authority and organized religion. The main characters besides the titu...
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Socrates

[sculpture] Socrates is an outdoor sculpture by artist W. V. Casey created c. 1950. The work is on the grounds of Butler University in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. The sculpture depicts the Greek Athenian philosopher Socrates. In 1993 the sculpture was examined by the Save Outdoor Sculpture! program produced by the Smithsonian Inst...
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SOCRATES

[satellite] SOCRATES or Space Optical Communications Research Advanced Technology Satellite is a Japanese micro-satellite launched in 2014. The satellite is purely technology demonstrator intended to help AES company to gain experience in basic mission control, attitude control and spacecraft communications. It does not have any dedicated p...
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