Socratic Dialogue

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Socratic Dialogue by Mind Map: Socratic Dialogue

1. T: What is justice? The interest of the strong.

1.1. S: What does strong mean?

1.1.1. T: Interest of the stronger ruler S: What if the ruler makes a bad law? Actually leads to injustice.

2. E: Prosecuting the evil.

2.1. S: Generic definition of the concept of Holiness- Piety.

2.1.1. E: What is loved by the gods. S: The gods disagree. E: The gods love justice.


3.1. Three ways to acquire virtue: Practice, teaching, nature.

3.2. M: Virue is the power of governing mandkind.

3.2.1. Problems: Slaves, kids, nothing about justice.

3.3. S: Anamnesis- Recollection of truth.

3.4. M: Second definition of virtue: Virtue is the desire of things honorable and the power of attaning them.

3.4.1. S: Eliminate ignorance.