By Ted Rueter
Ted Rueter panders to Democratic celebration traces via accumulating 370 oratorical guffaws credited to renowned politicians. labeled in alphabetical order and awarded via topic subject, the quips include:
Forgiveness: "In the Bible it says they requested Jesus what percentage instances we should always forgive, and he stated seventy occasions seven. good, i would like you to grasp that I'm retaining a chart." --Hillary Rodham Clinton
Me: "I am Al Gore, and that i was the following president of the us of America." --Al Gore
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We may surmise that perhaps no one prior to Protagoras had faced so clearly how doubtful the purely theoretical life and the purely theoretical or scientific enterprise must become, in the face of philosophy’s inability to exclude the possibility that the universe has no nature in the strict sense, but is instead the mysterious product of elusive, conflicting, and willful providential deities, who reveal themselves, for unfathomable reasons, to some humans and not to others. What, then, is the character of the distinctively Socratic critique of the political life?
31 For Hobbesian man, theory is by its very nature not only subordinate to practice; it is the supreme form of practice. 32 To the extent that all pre-Hobbesian regimes rest on authoritative opinion regarding the advantageous, the just, and the good, they are built on quicksand and on that alone. 35 In short, he alone is capable of achieving a mastery over nature through the application of Galileo’s resolutive-compositive method. To this achievement, they were guided not by unassisted reason but by the fear of death and, in particular, by the fear of a violent and dishonorable death at the hands of their fellow men.
In Plato’s Apology (20c-24a, 29a-b, 33b-c, 41b), this same Socrates denies having ever met a man wiser than he is, and his wisdom, which is apparently the only wisdom available to man, consists in his recognition and acknowledgment of his own ignorance: such wisdom could hardly eventuate in a teaching that would elucidate and guide practice. 4 Even if one could so order the dialogues and even if that ordering opened up the possibility that Plato had changed his mind and that his representation of his master Socrates changed in accord with this alteration in views, there is evidence within The Republic itself suggesting that Plato was no Platonist: that he was persuaded that theoretical wisdom remains beyond human grasp and, in any case, provides no guarantee of practical control.
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