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🏛️Protagoras 22h
Replying to @DisInvictis
Oof, the second volume of starts with quite some hard questions: How do you measure the level of in a population? How do you determine, who is more philosophical than another? (Should be of interest to all teachers.) Also: How to become a god and immortal?
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🏛️Protagoras Aug 15
Replying to @DisInvictis
Debating a goddess! What a finale! Although I think the end of volume one came a bit sudden. But at least it came full circle: The major topic of 's Just City being that everyone should have a choice, and that actions are only just if done with consent. Daphne & Kebes.
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🏛️Protagoras Aug 15
Replying to @DisInvictis
On death, Christianity, poverty, social differences, the importance of practical work, things missing in the Just City, and the Good Life. Chapter 35 is quite a ride through a lot of exciting philosophical topics. I said it again, and I repeat: is a treasure trove.
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🏛️Protagoras Aug 14
Replying to @DisInvictis
And with the first babies arriving after the feasts of Hera the conflict between natural bonding/families and a rational construction of society begins. As does the mystery about possible consciousness of the "workers" and the linked problem of slavery in the Just City.
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🏛️Protagoras Aug 14
Replying to @DisInvictis
Why would all the inhabitants of the Just City need to be freed slaves? Why'd you use clearly non-equivalent metals to describe things of equivalent worth? And why, Athena, would you willingly bring the most obstinate critic of everything into a totalitarian society?
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🏛️Protagoras Aug 14
Replying to @DisInvictis
Interesting point of view. I'd like to know how many of my students would agree and why/why not.
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Wedny Drinks Aug 12
Flawed! Too much VisionBlue in this Jacquère from - can't review it.
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Kat d' Athènes ® 8h
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Dr.MD.PAPAGALOS  EVANGELOS Jan 2
Good morning 🌞 my twitter friends State#Plastira Lake#Greece🎄🎄🎄
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🏛️Protagoras Aug 14
Replying to @DisInvictis
Note to myself: The underlying question of "How do the masters know who is best (at doing X)?" - without the ability to look into our souls and to see what makes us happy - is discussed on pages 100ff. I'll have to copy this for my class.
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Macedonia Jan 30
and in mainland share the Olympian since antiquity. 52 peaks, deep gorges, steep ridges, high headwalls, seal the boundaries of the Pieria and the Perraivia provinces. 🇬🇷 📷 St. Franklin
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World Heart Beat Jul 14
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DiscoverGreece.com 🇬🇷 May 3
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Wedny Drinks Jul 25
Check out this celebrity wine-maker from the hit show Keeping Up with the Kardashians with their Aglianico from -Benji Boutique Winery scores +94pts
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Pelion Culture May 13
The “Mediterranean Triad” of the world, , , and , growing side-by-side in the fields of eastern .
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Angelo Karageorgos Mar 13
Trikala main square, Thessaly, Greece
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SpartiatisΣπαρτιατης Aug 2
Stele dedicated to and his mother Thetis, offered as dedication at a sanctuary. , Greece. Dated 350 BC. inscription reads: Lakrates and Gephes of the Achilleides. The Achilleides claimed to be descendants of Achilles. Getty museum
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Digital Archaeology Group Dec 10
𝗥𝗼𝗼𝗺 𝗰𝗵𝗮𝗻𝗴𝗲! This event has been moved from E0.03A to E0.03B! Hope to see many of you there.
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Foivos Karakostas Aug 12
Under the Moon and its light, on a mid-summer night 🇬🇷
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