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47, p. , 'AptVrtTr^ros. tlr,^„o Megarics by its second founder Menedemus. -ars his name. AL I'llTLOSOniY OF SOCRATES. 9 knows to be good. Accordinj^ly the moral philosophy of Socrates was a deduction from his theory of consciousness, and his exposure of ignorance assumed the form of a moral rebuke. lie ' ' This waking of the idea of science/ says Sehleiermacher/ and its earliest manifestations, must have been, in the first instance, what constituted the philosophical (rrcok he basis in Socrates ; and for justly regarded as the founder of tliat later philosophy, which in its whole essential form, together this reason is its several variations, was determined bv that idea.

C. X : * Mr. Maurice thinks that the Athenians were unable to tolerate Socrates, because he did not put forth specific opinions, but was merely a seeker of truth {Annent Philosophy, » This view seems to us to be contradicted by the and by the antecedents of the prosecutors. p. T19). t<;rma of the indictment, See Eusebius, Prmp. Evang. pp. 25, 26, 853. METHOD OF SOCRATES. — 7 — Know tliysclf {yiuoOi aiavrov), by which SoDelphi, crates uudei'stood that sort of self-scrutiuy, which leads to a at ' — conviction of our practical deficiencies/ was constantly on his lips, and served not only to remind him of his own duty as he conceived it, but also furnished him with a text to justify his Plato makes him excuse himself cross-examination of others.

11 and that he applied this practical logic to a common-sense estimate of the duties of man, both as a moral being and as a tioiis^ member of a community ; so that while on the one hand he gave intensity to the feeling of professional self-consciousness, on the other hand he induced men to exact from themselves and their associates a higher standard of {|nalification, and to seek the good government of the state as well as the morality of tiic individual, in an increase of mental discipline and useful His especial position as a speculative teacher is by the statement to which avc have already referred, that no less than ten schools of philosophers claimed knowledge.

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