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Philosophy Ancient Greek philosophy Ethics Socratic dialogues Dialogues of Plato Socrates Sophists Trial of Socrates Republic Plato Gorgias Rhetoric
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Philosophy Ancient Greek philosophy Ethics Socratic dialogues Dialogues of Plato Socrates Sophists Trial of Socrates Republic Plato Gorgias Rhetoric
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Strategic or instrumental → concerned with ends and means 2. Doctrinal or ideological → 3. Philosophical → concerned with the meaning of fundamental concepts e.g. what is ‘justice’ or ‘freedom’ or ‘authority’ • The distinction between these type of ...
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