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SERIES | HISTORY OF ANCIENT WESTERN PHILOSOPHY, PT. 4

Finding One’s Way with Socrates

The Socratic Method in Plato’s Euthyphro

“Socrates and His Students” by Johann Friedrich Greuter, 17th century (Public Domain)

***This post is dedicated to the memory of my father. Thanks, Dad, for helping me find my way.***

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Christopher Kirby, PhD

Christopher Kirby, PhD

Father, husband, son, brother, philosopher, life-long student. Professional site at: https://www.christopher-c-kirby.com/