Do you agree with the way Socrates handled his trial?
His greatest error was trying to use sophisticated arguments when the jurors were common people selected by ballot, who were never going to understand the types of arguments which were appropriate for his intellectual students.
We would therefore have to conclude that he knew he was for the high jump, and was using the trial as a teaching platform for the audience rather than trying to influence the jurors.
And after his conviction, when he gave his proposed punishment after the prosecution had proposed death, he gave a facetious alternative instead of saying banishment. The jury was required to select one or the other of the two proposed punishments - so by proposing he be rewarded rather than punished, he automatically acquiesced to the death proposal.
So we have to conclude that he wished to die rather than leave Athens to see his few remaining years out without the intellectual stimulation of subverting the youth of Athens to promote his aims of getting rid of democracy and changing the popular social system.
So in agreeing or disagreeing with the way he handled it, you have to work out whether you agree with his right to choose his own path, or whether you want to dictate to him what you would like him to have done and why your objectives are better than his.
No he wasn't, he just didn't agree with the way they went about the laws. His main themes in his plays were "gods law is more important than man's"
There are many ways this could be handled. Most economists will agree that stimulus spending is the best way to reduce unemployment.
This will happen whenever somebody thinks something isn't handled correctly. For example, this may be the result of people thinking that the current way things are handled doesn't agree with the Bible, or that something isn't fair.
REMEMBER - YOU CHOSE to be tried by the judge alone (bench trial). Just because he didn't render a decision that you liked is not grounds to appeal the verdict. However, If you can cite something improper in the way the prosec;ution was handled, or mis-conduct on the part of the judge, you can file an appeal of the way the trial was conducted with the Appeals Court. (re-read the first sentence!)
It was the other way around. Plato was Socrates' student. Virtually everything we know about Socrates comes from the writings of Plato in which he describes what Socrates taught and how he taught.
His teachings were found, by the government, to be bashing (or disrespecting) the gods and goddesses of that time. Essentially, his ideas and teachings were seen as another way to question the existence of the gods and goddesses. In trial, he was sent to death. He was forced to drink hemlock, a slow acting poison.
Yes, William Jennings Bryan resigned because he did not like the way Wilson handled the situation with Germany over the Lusitania. In general, he didn't agree with some of Wilson's plans.
How did the way in which Truman handled the Korean crisis affect the powers of the presidency
that sophists thought that knowledge was a way to improve ur life and socrates thought that there was an absolute right or wrong
Socrates philosophy was that he would pose a series of questions to his students and challenge them to examine the implications of their answers. To Socrates, this patient examination was a way to help others seek truth to self-knowledge.
Socrates was killed this way
By definition, Socrates was not a god. He was a mortal human being, albeit a brilliant one. He may seem that way sometimes, though.
No, it's the other way round. Socrates, born 469 BC, died 399 BC Aristotle, born 384 BC, died 322 BC. Aristotle was born 15 years after Socrates died.
Thoreau writes that people should be mining themselves for gold By this he is stating in another way the ideal of Socrates which was to?
Thoreau writes that people should be mining themselves for gold. By this he is stating in another way the ideal of Socrates which was to know thyself.
In 399 B.C.,the authorities of Athens accused Socrates of impiety and corrupting the youth. An other way to say what the charges were are: Heresy and corrupting the minds of the young.
It's handled essentially the same way as the trial of someone who is in custody and is denied, or does not make, bail: you will be taken under guard from the prison to the courthouse and back on those days it's necessary for you to appear in court.
What Socrates meant when he said ''know thyself'' was to know why you get angry, sad, happy, or even determined. Or why you act or feel a certain way.
The same way that any other gross worldwide income would be handled on your income tax returns.
The Whiskey Rebellion was a tax rebellion that happened in the colonial United States. It changed the way the government handled protesters as they started to use military suppression.
Tried to give them a new way of thinking..
No. Trial and error is the most inefficient way for factoring.
O.K because Athens was in their Golden Age, but Socrates was making the youth question the things taking place like the Gods that they worshiped or why they did things a certain way.
One endearing thing about Socrates is that he realized that he knew nothing. The fact that he was aware of his own ignorance made him wise. Socrates used philosophy to help discover how we should live in order to be happy and fulfilled. To better understand Socrates, you should begin by examining the three major concepts in Socrates teachings. Socrates felt that life is not worth living unless you examine your life to know whom… Read More
it just did :P
they arrested the protesters
Difficult to provide an answer as we do not know who was handled except to assume it was Scrooges own dead body which no one cared for or wanted to pay respects to
It depends on your perspective, he used the Socratic Method to 'persuade' people into thinking the way in which he wanted them to.
The main function of the judicial branch is to make sure all laws that are passed are considered constitutional and do not go in any way against the Constitution. It can also be described as the forum where disputes between persons, legal entities and/or government agencies are settled through the process of a trial so that disputes are handled peacefully.
A murder case is handled from a process standpoint the same way as any other felony. The technical details are the same, though the stakes for both the prosecution and the defense are much higher. The investigation, arrest, pretrial and trial follow the same process. There is a saying that, from a legal stand point and how a case proceeds that a murder is the same as a battery, but the victim has died. That… Read More
The House of Representatives impeached Johnson by a vote of 126-47, mostly cast along party lines, with the Radical Republicans demanding impeachment. Johnson was acquitted at his Senate trial, where the vote was taken three times in an effort to resolve the 35-19 deadlock that was one vote short of conviction. Although the Radical Republicans held enough seats for conviction, several members crossed the aisle and voted to acquit the President because they didn't like… Read More
It could just be from the way the piercer handled it or the clamps.
They were dissatisfied with the way the economy had been handled
being annoying by saying why all the time but he said that was the only way to get to the real answer
Socrates said that wisdon is limited to the awareness of your own ignorance. Wrongdoing was a consequence of this ignorance because the wrongdoer did not know any better. The best way for people to live was to focus on self development and not look for material wealth
There is no other way Du!
Write it the same way you write one you don't agree with.
Socrates specialized in debate and showed how proper argument, debate and discussion could path the way to understanding difficult subjects. He believed that any political issue, despite its topic, can be tied into moral issues just beneath the surface.
Cracking a trial version of a program in regedit is not a legitimate way to get access to software. If the trial expires, you must buy the full version.
there is actually two ways you can do it. a creul way which i don't agree with and a healthy way which i agree with. the creul way is to not feed it (thumbs down) the healthy way feed him/her with vegetables only for a month (thumbs up)
Because of the masterful way he handled light and darkness in his paintings.
No. Under NASA policies, the matter is handled in the traditional way.
The cooks and the field hands are grumpy that the trial ended the way that it did.
What prediction does socrates make concerning his critics and their decision to condemn him to death?
Socrates predicts that although their verdict may have silenced his criticism, he will be replaced by even more severe critics. He tells them that in order to be without criticism, one must behave in a way that does not elicit it.
No. If you are trying to say that you have the same opinion as another person, the correct way to say it is "I agree with you."
The vast majority of criminal cases (many estimates say around 95 percent) will never go to trial but will result in plea agreements.
The functions of trial and appellate courts are similar in the way that they both determine questions of law. Questions of fact are only determined at the trial level.
The existence of earth. Socrates was the first men who thought about a decent way of living
By Socrates being in jail, it is making his aquaintances and all those who are associated with Socrates look bad. If it turns out that Socrates is executed, it will appear to everyone else that Crito values money and wealth over friends. In thinking about this Crito realises that this will make him look terrible and he will be shamed. Crito feels Socrates should escape from death and as he knows people in nearby towns… Read More
he felt surprise his man did that