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The State must cancel obsolete foundations (family, religion) to guarantee the advancement ... God-appointed organizations (family, church, state) ought to show love, ...
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"Investigating Socrates"

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"It shows up there is a thin way which conveys us securely to our excursions end with reason as our aide. For whatever length of time that we have a body and this fiendishness can blend with our spirit we should never totally achieve what we covet, in particular truth. For the body is always squandering our time with its requests. When it is sick it ruins us in our quest for genuine being. It fills us with interests, goals, fears, and a wide range of imaginings and silliness . It is continually keeping us from speculation legitimately." - Socrates

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Socrates was baffled with religion.

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His Frustration

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Socrates\' Pursuit: He Wanted to Find Truth. Pythagoras 582 - 500 B.C. Investigation of Music, Math, Numbers

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His Method: Dialectic Reasoning INTERROGATION

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"Socrates utilized question-and-answer strategy as a part of his philosophical interest. He trusted that truth was natural within each one of us and by making inquiries, he went about as a maternity specialist to bring forth the thoughts that men knew from a past presences. The right question would review what he definitely knows . He trusted that even an uneducated slave when asked the right question could elucidate Euclidian geometry." From Plato\'s Meno

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Reason · Revelation · Experience

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Reason Revelation Experience

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Socrates understood that "The way we see the world decides the way we live."

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The View of Karl Marx Truth/Reality: Man is great, characterizes truth, progress through societal development.

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The View of Karl Marx Theology Man is inalienably great & responsible to himself. Shrewdness is created by outside foundations (family/religion) keeping down his advancement. Truth/Reality (Man characterizes truth)

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The View of Karl Marx Sociology The State must nullify obsolete establishments (family, religion) to guarantee the improvement of a free society. Religious philosophy (Man responsible to self) Truth/Reality (Man is great, characterizes truth)

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The View of Karl Marx Ethics Determined by State. In the event that morals help the reason for State, then it\'s ethically great. Whatever ruins its development in social advancement is ethically shrewd. Human science (State cancels foundations) Theology (Man responsible to self) Truth/Reality (Man is great, characterizes truth)

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The View of Karl Marx Law State is given sway (there\'s no higher force.) As man is the last word in morals, the State is the main hotspot for lawful "truth." Ethics (Man chooses, must propel state.) Sociology (State nullifies establishments) Theology (Man responsible to self) Truth/Reality (Man is great, characterizes truth)

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The View of Karl Marx Economics Private property abrogated: man will no more abuse kindred man to ensure his private property. People will see needs satisfied through shared possession (socialism.) Law (State is hotspot for "truth.") Ethics (Man chooses, must propel state.) Sociology (State cancels organizations) Theology (Man responsible to self) Truth/Reality (Man is great, characterizes truth)

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The View of Karl Marx Politics Globalism. Average workers will build up an overall "dictatorship of low class," venturing forward in development. Financial aspects (Socialism/Communism.) Law (State is hotspot for "truth.") Ethics (Man chooses, must propel state.) Sociology (State annuls organizations) Theology (Man responsible to self) Truth/Reality (Man is great, characterizes truth)

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The View of Jesus Christ Politics (Evolution; Proletariat Rule.) Economics (Socialism/Communism.) Law (State is hotspot for "truth.") Ethics (Man chooses, must propel state.) Sociology (State nullifies establishments) Theology (Man responsible to self) Truth/Reality (Man is great, characterizes truth)

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The View of Jesus Christ Truth/Reality Man is great and malice. Truth is secured in a definitive reality of a cherishing God. Governmental issues (Evolution; Proletariat Rule.) Economics (Socialism/Communism.) Law (State is hotspot for "truth.") Ethics (Man chooses, must propel state.) Sociology (State abrogates establishments) Theology (Man responsible to self) Truth/Reality (Man is great, characterizes truth)

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The View of Jesus Christ Theology Humans are made in God\'s picture, however are characteristically fit for abhorrence. We are adored by, made by, and responsible to God. Governmental issues (Evolution; Proletariat Rule.) Economics (Socialism/Communism.) Law (State is hotspot for "truth.") Ethics (Man chooses, must propel state.) Sociology (State abrogates foundations) Theology (Man responsible to self) Truth/Reality (Man is great, characterizes truth)

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The View of Jesus Christ Sociology The individual and social request are both vital. God-appointed establishments (family, church, state) ought to show love, regard, discipline - excellencies tied down in the way of God. Progress shows us how to utilize flexibility to make the right decision. Governmental issues (Evolution; Proletariat Rule.) Economics (Socialism/Communism.) Law (State is hotspot for "truth.") Ethics (Man chooses, must propel state.) Sociology (State abrogates establishments) Theology (Man responsible to self) Truth/Reality (Man is great, characterizes truth)

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The View of Jesus Christ Ethics Moral nature is supreme and constant. God dependably detests underhandedness and adores great. The Bible demonstrates the contrast between the two, showing how unambiguous morals apply to all individuals at all times. Legislative issues (Evolution; Proletariat Rule.) Economics (Socialism/Communism.) Law (State is hotspot for "truth.") Ethics (Man chooses, must propel state.) Sociology (State abrogates organizations) Theology (Man responsible to self) Truth/Reality (Man is great, characterizes truth)

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The View of Jesus Christ Law God made human government and guideline of law to contain man\'s corrupt nature. God\'s Word and nature are adequate for man to devise laws that mirror man\'s inventive picture, while perceiving his evil. Governmental issues (Evolution; Proletariat Rule.) Economics (Socialism/Communism.) Law (State is hotspot for "truth.") Ethics (Man chooses, must propel state.) Sociology (State abrogates establishments) Theology (Man responsible to self) Truth/Reality (Man is great, characterizes truth)

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Economics System advances equity by securing privileges of people; fundamental balanced governance safeguard human rights, and allow men obligation and proprietorship –-in both private property and financial choices. The View of Jesus Christ Politics (Evolution; Proletariat Rule.) Economics (Socialism/Communism.) Law (State is hotspot for "truth.") Ethics (Man chooses, must propel state.) Sociology (State abrogates organizations) Theology (Man responsible to self) Truth/Reality (Man is great, characterizes truth)

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Politics Government authorizes law to hold man\'s shrewd under tight restraints, while offering him the opportunity to express his decency. Government has checked commitments, not totalitarian forces. The View of Jesus Christ Politics (Evolution; Proletariat Rule.) Economics (Socialism/Communism.) Law (State is hotspot for "truth.") Ethics (Man chooses, must propel state.) Sociology (State nullifies organizations) Theology (Man responsible to self) Truth/Reality (Man is great, characterizes truth)

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The Oracle of Delphi announced that Socrates was the most astute man of Greece. Socrates reacted, "\'Tis since only i of the considerable number of Greeks realize that I know nothing."

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Who Knows?

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Socrates\' Glasses

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THEORY OF FORMS Truth Exists Out There … Accessible in Us through Reason.

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THEORY OF FORMS Truth Exists Out There … Accessible in Us through Reason. The World Is an Illusion (Shadow.)

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THEORY OF FORMS Truth Exists Out There … Accessible in Us through Reason. The World Is an Illusion (Shadow.) Good and Evil.

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THEORY OF FORMS Truth Exists Out There … Accessible in Us through Reason. The World Is an Illusion (Shadow.) Good and Evil. Personality: Immortal Soul.

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THEORY OF GNOSTICISM

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"The body alone and its yearnings cause wars since we are oppressed by the desires of the body. For in the event that it is difficult to have immaculate information while we have a body, maybe a couple things must be valid. While we live we come nearest to genuine learning in the event that we have no utilization for or fellowship with the body past what is totally vital. What\'s more, on the off chance that we are not polluted by its temperament we should live unadulterated of the body until God discharges us." - Socrates

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Good and Evil

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IMPLICATIONS OF GNOSTICISM Legalism : Obeying the standards to keep down yearnings like sexuality, craving, wishes for thankfulness, regard, solace, and so forth. Indulgence : Fully encountering the delights of the body as a conclusion to themselves. They are not "the genuine you" at any rate.

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1 Corinthians 6:19-20 Or do you not realize that your body is the sanctuary of the Holy Spirit who is in you, whom you have from God, and you are not your own? For you were purchased at a cost; in this way celebrate God in your body and in your soul, which are God\'s. New King James Version

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