Answer to Question #109634 in Philosophy for kyle price

Question #109634
Gorgias explains that it's not the teacher's fault if the student misuse the power they acquire from oratory/ his teachings. Socrates says this is an inconsistency in his argument of oratory. What is the inconsistency?
What does Socrates think about the inconsistency and how would he fix it or statements would he change to correct it.
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2020-04-20T08:55:19-0400

According to Socrates it's inconsistent to say that oratory would never be an unjust thing, since it always makes its speeches about justice. But a little later oratory is used unjustly.

The statement can be corrected by using oratory justly.


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