Sokrates daimonion ursäkt

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When Socrates describes his daimonion at his trial (in Ap and Def.), and especially its prescience, it provokes an angry response from his judges. Interpretations This, then, is the hard or hardish evidence.

Ursäkt beskrivs Sokrates "gudomliga signal"

Plato's Myths Socrates and the Daimonion Eugène Delacroix, Socrates and his Daemon (), Library, Palais Bourbon, Paris S OCRATES had a special sense — which he called the daimonion (δαιμόνιον) — that infallibly warned and prevented him from doing something wrong or harmful to himself.

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In the usage of Plato’s Socrates, as in Plato’s Republic (c), daimonion functions as the adjective of the neuter noun sēmeion, which is derived from another neuter noun, sēma. As we saw in Hour 7§1, sēma means ‘sign, signal, symbol; tomb, tomb of a hero’.

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  • 1. Socrates’s strangeness 2. The Socratic problem: Who was Socrates really? Three primary sources: Aristophanes, Xenophon, and Plato Contemporary interpretative strategies Implications for the philosophy of Socrates 3. A Chronology of the historical Socrates in the context of Athenian history and the dramatic dates of Plato’s dialogues.

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    In Apology 22a-b, Socrates claims that the poets and writers do not possess knowledge (arguably) because they are unable to give an account of why the things they say are true. Such a criticism may also apply to the beliefs Socrates forms on the basis of his daimonion ’s signals.
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      Conclusion. In this article, I have tried to show the crucial position that the Socratic daimonion takes in Kierkegaard’s assessment of Socrates. It is a name for that in Socrates’ mindset which prevents one from leaping, i.e., adequately relating to eternity.

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    In Plato's Apology of Socrates, Socrates claimed to have a daimonion (literally, a "divine something") [15] that frequently warned him—in the form of a "voice"—against mistakes but never told him what to do. [16].


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    They attacked him for superstition, criticizing his belief in his daimonion and his regard for the oracle at Delphi. They also criticized Socrates for his character and various faults, and focusing mostly on his irony, which was deemed inappropriate for a philosopher and unseemly for a teacher.