Thursday, January 15, 2015

Euthyphro

Reread Euthyphro last night.

Not FLG's favorite dialogue.  Phaedrus probably is.  Followed closely by Meno, Apology, and Crito. But it reminded FLG why philosophy professors so often assign Euthyphro.  It demonstrates the Socratic Method; it raises a key theological dilemma; and, probably most important for Phil 101 professors, it's short.

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