Plato/Socrates


Beardsley and Beardsley offer that philosophical questions have at least two properties, they are general, and they are fundamental. What do you think is an example of Socrates pursuing such a question in the Defense? What makes the question general? What makes it fundamental?  

Plato/Socrates


Beardsley and Beardsley offer that philosophical questions have at least two properties, they are general, and they are fundamental. What do you think is an example of Socrates pursuing such a question in the Defense? What makes the question general? What makes it fundamental?  

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