The Paradox and the Protreptic of Plato’s Apology: How Socrates Justifies the Examined Life and How Philosophers Can Benefit from His Learned Ignorance

By George Heffernan.

Published by The Humanities Collection

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Philosophers can learn from the paradox of Plato’s Apology as a protreptic in which Socrates moves some to accept philosophy by moving others to reject it.

Keywords: Philosophy, Pedagogy, Rhetoric

International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 2, Issue 2. Article: Electronic (PDF File; 156.774KB). Article: Print (Spiral Bound).


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