Answer to Question #100399 in Philosophy for Kaden

Question #100399
How did Socrates look for teachers of virtue? If they find no teachers of virtue, does that mean that they have proved (know) that virtue is not knowledge? How does “inspiration” differ from knowledge?
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2019-12-13T12:12:59-0500

Socrates stated: if virtue could be taught there would be teachers of virtue. But there aren't any.

Knowledge is the collective information and facts acquired through education or experience. But inspiration is something that you feel on the inside.


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