Philosophy: Scrates, Plato And Aristotle

Scrates Scrates practised the philosophy as being a divine mission trusted by the Apolo god: it knows you it exactly you; believed that only it could carry through it if it took the rule to all the men. Scrates understood the philosophy as the search for the truth, treading the way of the wisdom between its fellow citizens so that they could cover it together and made this instigating and bothering the men, denying the construction of the knowledge of solitary and contemplativa form. For Scrates, to filosofar a way of life based on questionings, interrogations. Its idea was to make with that the people if exempted of the false certezas and preconceptions that possuam and were in search of the true one, everything this through a series of questions that went despertando innumerable doubts and making in that the people were opened and made use to tread the way of the knowledge of the truth. The truth is the concept, the essence? the search of one meant only enough general to support the relativity of the current meanings, therefore the plurality and variations must depend on an only standard of direction, something that confers unit to the apparent dispersion of our experience. From the varieties, Scrates inquires which would be the absolute truth, but, in reply, the interlocutors almost always offer multiple definitions, as if the truth was intrinsic to the occasions, to the particular beliefs, the oscillation of the personal opinions.

They do not obtain to distinguish relativity from an immediate and dispersed experience of the complete and absolute unit that must have the truth. Aristotle considered Scrates the inventor of ' ' definies' ' , although the philosopher never to have definite any thing or individual. Of this difficulty in if distanciar of the immediate one, one points the aporias? the obstacles to a superior unitria understanding to the contradictions of the sensible appearances.

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