Answer to Question #128260 in Philosophy for Key

Question #128260
1) Answer any THREE of the questions listed below. You must pick one question from each of the three assigned chapters. The three question response posts must have a minimum of 200 words each and must directly quote and properly cite (using MLA format) from the assigned textbook readings. I expect substantive and scholarly posts which evince an understanding of the complex chapter readings. Failure to meet the above criteria will result in a point deduction.

1. What are some things the allegory suggests about the process of enlightenment or education?

2. What sorts of questions does Socrates ask and what sorts of answers does Euthyphro give?

3. Socrates is famous for saying that "an unexamined life is not worth living for a human being." What does he mean by this? What's so valuable about examining one's life?
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2020-08-02T21:34:13-0400
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