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         Plato:     more books (98)
  1. Plato: Timaeus (Focus Philosophical Library) by Plato, 2001-06-15
  2. The Republic (Everyman's Library (Cloth)) by Plato, 1993-01-11
  3. Parmenides by Plato, 2008-08-29
  4. The Republic and Other Works by Plato, 1960-06-01
  5. The Dialogues of Plato, Volume 2: The Symposium by Plato, 1993-08-25
  6. Opera: Volume I: Euthyphro, Apologia Socratis, Crito, Phaedo, Cratylus, Sophista, Politicus, Theaetetus (Oxford Classical Texts) by Plato, 1995-10-19
  7. Plato's Meno (Special Edition for Students) by Plato, 2010-03-19
  8. Plato 2: Ethics, Politics, Religion, and the Soul (Oxford Readings in Philosophy) (Vol 2)
  9. Plato's Thought by G. M. A. Grube, 1980-06
  10. The Last Days of Socrates by Plato, 2010-05-06
  11. Philosophy 101 by Socrates: An Introduction to Philosophy Via Plato's Apology by Peter Kreeft, 2002-10
  12. Statesman (Hackett Publishing Co.) by Plato, Christopher J. Rowe, 1999
  13. Plato's Apology of Socrates: A Commentary (Oklahoma Series in Classical Culture) (English and Greek Edition) by Paul Allen Miller, Charles Platter, 2010-01-15
  14. Plato's Apology of Socrates: A Commentary (Oklahoma Series in Classical Culture) (English and Greek Edition) by Paul Allen Miller, Charles Platter, 2010-01-15

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82. Moral Rationalism [Internet Encyclopedia Of Philosophy]
plato was one who thought that the use of reason was essential in moral judgements. Hume criticised this view.
Moral Rationalism
The term "moral rationalism," in its broadest sense, applies to moral theories that emphasize the use of reason or a rational procedure in moral decision making. Most moral philosophers in the history of philosophy noted that human reason plays at least some part, often a dominant one. Plato argued that moral decision making involves a rational intuition of moral principles. Part of our rational faculty involves an intuitive sense by which we perceive abstract concepts that exist in a spirit-like realm. With this rational intuition we perceive moral principles, such as the notion of justice, the same way we rationally perceive basic mathematical truths, such as 2+2=4. Aristotle held that we use reason to determine the best way to achieve the highest moral good. All people strive for happiness, and moral reasoning involves determining the best means for achieving that end. For example, if happiness is attained by being courageous, then my reason will tell me what actions I need to perform to be courageous, without being either too cowardly or too rash. Aristotle referred to this as practical reasoning since reason guides our actions (or practice). Medieval philosophers such as Aquinas suggested that we an innate rational faculty called synderesis that informs us of our highest moral obligation. Aquinas also argued that our reason plays a role in deducing secondary moral principles from primary ones, analogous to the way that theorems in geometry are deduced from more fundamental principles. For example, given the primary principle that "We ought to treat people benevolently," we can deduce the secondary principle that "We should help feed starving people," since feeding the starving is clearly an act of benevolence. If we then observe that Jones is starving, we can rationally deduce further that it is our obligation to help feed Jones.

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85. Plato Quotes - The Quotations Page
Quotations by Author. plato (427 BC 347 BC) Greek author philosopher inAthens more author details. We have 2 book reviews related to plato.

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Death is not the worst than can happen to men.
If women are expected to do the same work as men, we must teach them the same things.
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Ignorance, the root and the stem of every evil.
Laws are partly formed for the sake of good men, in order to instruct them how they may live on friendly terms with one another, and partly for the sake of those who refuse to be instructed, whose spirit cannot be subdued, or softened, or hindered from plunging into evil.
- More quotations on: Laws a tame or civilized animal; never the less, he requires proper instruction and a fortunate nature, and then of all animals he becomes the most divine and most civilized; but if he be insufficiently or ill- educated he is the most savage of earthly creatures.
Never discourage anyone...who continually makes progress, no matter how slow.

86. E! Online News - "Diff'rent Strokes" Kid Dana Plato Dead
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March 24, 2003 "Diff'rent Strokes" Kid Dana Plato Dead
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May 10, 1999, 11:45 AM PT
Actress Dana Plato, who as a kid costarred on the wholesome sitcom Diff'rent Strokes and as an adult seemed bedeviled by its reputed curse , died of an accidental prescription-drug overdose Saturday in Oklahoma, just one day after declaring on nationwide radio, "I've never been happier." She was 34. Police said Plato apparently OD'd on Valium and the painkiller Loritab. Autopsy results today showed no sign of illness. Toxicology tests are pending. a d v e r t i s e m e n t
On Howard Stern 's radio show on Friday, the ex-sitcom star proclaimed herself drug-free, save for painkillers she'd been on since a wisdom-teeth extraction some 18 weeks ago. "My life is so good now," Plato said. "I've never been happier." Plato, Gary Coleman and Todd Bridges were the TV kids (adopted and otherwise) of wealthy Phillip Drummond, the patriarch of Diff'rent Strokes , played by Conrad Bain. Plato was Kimberly, the dutiful daughter. She appeared on the show from 1978-84, her run ending when she became pregnant in real lifethe condition deemed unsuitable for the virginal Drummond lass.

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88. The Church-Turing Thesis
Jack Copeland of the University of Canterbury, New Zealand outlines this frequently misunderstood thesis.
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The Church-Turing Thesis
There are various equivalent formulations of the Church-Turing thesis. A common one is that every effective computation can be carried out by a Turing machine. The Church-Turing thesis is often misunderstood, particularly in recent writing in the philosophy of mind.
The Thesis and its History
The Church-Turing thesis concerns the notion of an effective or mechanical
  • M is set out in terms of a finite number of exact instructions (each instruction being expressed by means of a finite number of symbols);
  • M will, if carried out without error, produce the desired result in a finite number of steps;
  • M can (in practice or in principle) be carried out by a human being unaided by any machinery save paper and pencil;
  • M demands no insight or ingenuity on the part of the human being carrying it out. A well-known example of an effective method is the truth table test for tautologousness. In practice, of course, this test is unworkable for formulae containing a large number of propositional variables, but in principle one could apply it successfully to any formula of the propositional calculus, given sufficient time, tenacity, paper, and pencils.
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    91. T.S.V. Plato Homepage
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    93. Great Books Index - Plato
    GREAT BOOKS INDEX. plato (about 427347 BC). An Index to OnlineGreat Books in English Translation. Writings of plato.
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    95. Karin Plato
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    97. The Plato Society Home Page
    s;......Welcome to the plato Society Home Page CONTENTS About the plato Society; MembershipInformation; The plato Colloquium; Current Course
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  • 98. Atlanticas Revealed
    A chapter from the book Atlanticas by G¡bor Bihari. plato never for a moment spoke of a continent! He always mentioned Atlantis as an island. He wrote there was an island, which was bigger than Libya and Asia combined.
    by Gábor Bihari Sample Chapter 3.3 A Continent in the Atlantic Ocean? This is the classical conception isn't it? An enormous continent lay in the Atlantic Ocean a good ten thousand years ago. As Plato writes, it was bigger than Libya and Asia combined. It was formed by mountains and plains, and criss-crossed by rivers, just as any other continent. Then, one fine day, the whole thing sunk into the ocean, complete with the mountains, plains, trees and bushes. As the penalty of the gods, precisely as Plato described it. If it really was like this, then it is extremely simple to explain all those chance coincidences and unexpected peculiarities, which we listed earlier. It becomes understandable why the Basques are such a strange people: they originate from Atlantis. Why did the Indians have themselves originate from an island laying in the East in the ocean: they are also descendants of the Atlanteans. And the linguistic similarities originated from Atlantis to both the Old World and the New World. While the saga of the flood is an altered form of the history of Atlantis. Thus a continent of this sort would mean a relief from many points of view. Although today it would much rather cause complications, the science of the beginning of the century was very fond of bringing up Atlantis as a convenient explanation for the mysteries listed. According to one conception, the original continent stretched practically from Europe to America, and periodically even dry-land bridges could connect it with these continents. Shallow sea sections separated it from Europe, African and America, but sometimes these narrow channels dried up and made great migrations of the Atlanteans possible. When the continent sank, a few smaller pieces broke off from its edge and remained in the ocean as islands. On the eastern side these would be the Canary, Madeira Islands and the Azores, while on the western - American side of Atlantis - the Bahamas and the Bermuda Islands.

    99. Plato. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
    plato. (pl ´t ) (KEY) , 427?–347 BC, Greek philosopher. plato’s teachings havebeen among the most influential in the history of Western civilization. 1.
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    100. Aristotle's Political Theory
    An article by Fred D. Miller, Jr.
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    Aristotle's Political Theory
    Aristotle (b. 384 - d. 322 BC), was a Greek philosopher, logician, and scientist. Along with his teacher Plato, Aristotle is generally regarded as one of the most influential ancient thinkers in a number of philosophical fields, including political theory. Aristotle was born in Stagira in northern Greece, and his father was a court physician to the king of Macedon. As a young man he studied in Plato's Academy in Athens. After Plato's death he left Athens to conduct philosophical and biological research in Asia Minor and Lesbos, and he was then invited by King Philip II of Macedon to tutor his young son, Alexander the Great. Soon after Alexander succeeded his father, consolidated the conquest of the Greek city-states, and launched the invasion of the Persian Empire. Aristotle returned as a resident alien to Athens, and was close friend of Antipater the Macedonian viceroy. At this time (335-323 BC) he wrote or at least completed some of his major treatises, including the Politics . When Alexander died suddenly, Aristotle had to flee from Athens because of his Macedonian connections, and he died soon after. Aristotle's life seems to have influenced his political thought in various ways: his interest in biology seems to be expressed in the naturalism of his politics; his interest in comparative politics and his sympathies for democracy as well as monarchy may have been encouraged by his travels and experience of diverse political systems; he criticizes harshly, while borrowing extensively, from Plato's

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