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Est favorite book 64 pages isbn 9780872200104 format Pa. What Exactly is Self Control20 December 2019 So it looks like Socrates is now having a discussion about self control or to be precise the definition of the word sophrosune One interesting note is that this word seems to come from sophos which is Greek for wisdom so it seems as if there is an element of wisdom in self control I guess it comes down to that old saying knowledge is knowing that a tomato is a fruit wisdom is not putting it into a fruit salad In that sense I would then go on to suggest that maybe self control is resisting the temptation to actually see was a tomato flavoured fruit salad actually looks like Yet sometimes I wander about these who arguments that Socrates has with regards to definitions of words It s not as if we seem to go into a huge debate about what a single word actually means Well not uite though we certainly end up writing billions of pages of text based on what a collection of words actually mean Take Shakespeare for instance he gets a bunch of words and puts them into a specific order and it results in debates as to the meaning of these collections of words right down to the present day Though in my mind the whole concept of self control does seem to make a lot of sense and that we don t really need to go down the path of attempting to either understand or debate the meaning Rather self control seems to me to be the ability not to do something and the fact that something might be easy makes it even harder to not do it For instance if something gives you a rush when you do it then it is harder not to do it than otherwise Yet there are things that seem much easier not to do though of course we might end up in a state of mind that results in much lower inhibitions Though to be honest with you sometimes it is amazing the lengths that some people go to just to get a rush Yet one could also argue that self control could actually be maintaining control of one s emotions though that comes under the definition of emotional intelligence Like you know not becoming obsessed with one particular person to the exception of all others whether it be in the form of a lover or just a person whom you really want to be friends with However in these circumstances it might even come down to unreuited love in that you just waste your time chasing after somebody who simply isn t going to return it or may even be caught up in the delusion that this particular person is much better than what they really are So it does seem that it could fall into two categories emotional intelligence and resisting the temptation to do something stupid or to continue to do something that is going to be harmful to one s health Though of course addiction is a pretty nasty beast and thus one could argue whether self control is not succumbing to it or whether we are now discussing the concept of willpower that is to continue to stay a particular course despite the fact that it is really painful to do so Yeah I guess Socrates was right in the end there is a lot to self control than meets the eye and like a lot of these other dialogues it is designed to start us think and debate as opposed to blinding following what the text says

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Amazing E Book, Χαρμίδης By Plato This is the b. A singles bar in Athens CHARMIDES CRITAS SOCRATES and OSCAR WILDESOCRATES Now consider again the nature of temperance CHARMIDES Of whatSOCRATES It s an ancient Greek term that doesn t translate well into English Aside Zeus he s hotCHARMIDES Oh rightSOCRATES Well if you possessed temperance would you post better reviews on GoodreadsCHARMIDES You mean if it had been invented yetSOCRATES NaturallyCHARMIDES I guess not SOCRATES Would you get votesCHARMIDES You re right I wouldn t Oh Socrates how good you are at explaining the invisible worldWILDE Remember that the true mystery of the world is the visible not the invisible CHARMIDES My what excellent adviceWILDE The only thing to do with good advice is pass it on It is never any use to oneselfCHARMIDES By Minerva You are as insightful as the sage hereSOCRATES Sotto voce to WILDE I saw him firstWILDE Sotto voce to SOCRATES Maybe we can work something out How d you feel about a spit roastSOCRATES We were talking philosophy You leave your filthy gutter language out of it WILDE We are all in the gutter But some of us are looking at the starsCHARMIDES I am lost in admiration Well said sirSOCRATES Okay okay DealCRITAS Hey what s going on hereWILDE We re inviting your cousin to a barbecueSOCRATES He s bringing the buns

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Perback and others and has a text language like English. The teacher of the philosophy course for which I read this nicknamed one of the guys in the class Charmides I hope that kid got an A


10 thoughts on “Χαρμίδης

  1. says:

    I'm just going to have to spell this out: the author is a pedophile. There's no reasonable doubt about it. Charmides, an earl

  2. says:

    I dare say that what I am saying is nonsense, I replied; and yet if a man has any feeling of what is due to himself, he cannot let the thought which comes into his mind pass away unheeded and unexamined.Synopsis:Socrates, who elsewhere is described as quite ugly, is hanging out in a wrestling gym when this total

  3. says:

    [A singles bar in Athens. CHARMIDES, CRITAS, SOCRATES and OSCAR WILDE]SOCRATES: Now consider again the nature of temperance. CHARMIDES: Of what?SOCRATES: It's an ancient Greek term that doesn't translate well into English. [Aside] Zeus, he's hot!CHARMIDES: Oh right.SOCRATES: Well, if you possessed temperanc

  4. says:

    What Exactly is Self Control?20 December 2019 So, it looks like Socrates is now having a discussion about self control, or to be precise, the definition of the word sophrosune. One interesting note is that this word seems to come from sophos, which is Greek for wisdom, so it seems as if there is an element of wisdom in self control. I guess it comes down to that old saying: knowledge is knowing that a tomato is a

  5. says:

    This is one of the early inconclusive Socratic dialogues. Socrates, just come back from fighting in the Peloponnesian War, meets two of Plato’s relatives, Critias and Charmides. The latter of these is portrayed as a handsome youth,

  6. says:

    On one level, this is just a primer by Socrates on how to pick up a hot guy. It's also a typical working of the Socratic method. People start out thinking they know something, but by the end, everyone sees they are better

  7. says:

    The teacher of the philosophy course for which I read this nicknamed one of the guys in the class "Charmides." I hope that kid got an A.

  8. says:

    In this dialgoue Plato explores the nature of sophrosyne known as something relating to temperance, character and balance. The interlocutors in this dialogue are Critias and Charmides, the prior being cousin to the latter and the latter being the son of the infamous Glaucon. There is a heavily placed dramatic irony regarding the involvement of these particular interlocutors as they were two of the thirty tyrants who ruled Athens, of course

  9. says:

    After reading a small homosexual introduction (Socrates feeling a "wild beast appetite" for Charmides), I got lost in argume

  10. says:

    Socrates investigates the nature of self control with Charmides and Critias

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