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According to Antisthenes “the wise man will be guided in his public acts not by [what] but by the [what]?”

The established laws; law of virtue

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According to Diogenes Laërtius: The Lives and Opinions of Eminent Philosophers Book VI: The Cynics: Life of Antisthenes he [Antisthenes] stated “that those who wish to be immortal ought to live [how]?”

Piously; justly

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According to Diogenes Laërtius: The Lives and Opinions of Eminent Philosophers Book VI: The Cynics: Life of Antisthenes he [Antisthenes] stated “the wise man alone knew what…?”

Objects deserved love

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According To Antisthenes virtue is all but what?

Conformity

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According to Diogenes Laërtius: The Lives and Opinions of Eminent Philosophers Book VI: The Cynics: Life of Antisthenes he [Antisthenes] stated “one should attend to one’s [what], for they are the first persons to detect one’s errors?”

Enemies

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According to Diogenes Laërtius: The Lives and Opinions of Eminent Philosophers Book VI: The Cynics: Life of Antisthenes he [Antisthenes] stated “[what] is the same in a man as in a woman?”

Virtue

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According to Xenophanes (c. 580-485 B.C.) what is his concept of God?

There is only One God - "The one and the all" who "is not in form like unto mortals" who "sees all over, thinks all over, and hears all over," who "without toil [sways] all things by the thought of his mind," who "[resides] ever in the self-same place, moving not at all."

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According to Heraclitus: Soul is Fire (Fragments) “to souls it is death to become [what], to water death to become [what], but from earth water is born, and from water soul.”

Water: Earth

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According to Parmenides (c. 504-456 B.C.) what term would best describe his universal principle of the cosmos?

Changelessness

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According to Anaximander (Fragments) “the moon appears to be waxing and waning by turns according to whether the passages are being blocked or opened - The circle of the sun is twenty-seven times that of the earth; that of the moon eighteen times - The [what] is the highest body and the lowest are the circles of [what]?”

Sun: Fixed stars

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According to Protagoras (c. 480-410 B.C.) upon what does “human survival” depend?

Mutual cooperation in society

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According to Leucippus (c. 460 B.C.) & Democritus (c. 460-360 B.C.) what are know to be “small tiny absolutely hard and completely solid bodies that cannot be physically divided” which is the basis for their cosmic system?

Atome

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According to Anaximenes (Fragments) “the heavenly bodies came to be from [what] because of the moisture arising from it?”

Earth

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Within the thought of Zeno of Elea (c. 490-430 B.C.) who and what is he attempting to support?

Parmenides: Changelessness

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According to Anaxagoras’ (c. 500-428 B.C.) Fragments what “is the cause of all motion?”

Nous

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According to Heraclitus (c. 540-480 B.C.) what term would best describe his universal principle of the cosmos?

Flux

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According to Thales (Fragments) Hippolytus states “[he] is said to have been the first to pursue natural philosophy - he said the beginning and ending of the world was [what]… And this is [what], which has neither beginning nor end?”

Water: God

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According to Anaximenes (c. 585-525 B.C.) what is his universal principle of the monistic cosmos?

Air

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According to Heraclitus (c. 540-480 B.C.) which is not a principle of his philosophical system?

Nous

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According to Leucippus & Democritus: Human Perception (Fragments) “by convention… there is sweet, by convention bitter, by convention hot, by convention cold; by convention color; but in reality” [there is what]?

Atoms and void

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What is not a thought of Empedocles (c. 490-435 B.C.)?

All Eternity - four different kinds of Substance have existed - Earth, Aether, Fire & Water.

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According to Thales (c. 625-545 B.C.) what is his universal principle of the monistic cosmos?

Water

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According to Pythagoras (c. 578-510 B.C.) all things within the cosmos can be delineated by what term?

Numbers

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According to Parmenides: The Way of Truth (Fragments) “[i] what-is is ungenerated and imperishable, [ii] a whole of one kind, [iii] unperturbed and [iv] complete… for mighty Necessity holds it in the bounds of a limit, which confines it round about… Yet since there is a final limit, it is complete, in every direction.” What geometric shape best describes of what Parmenides speaks?

Sphere

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According to Anaximander (c. 610-547 B.C.) what is his universal principle of the monistic cosmos?

Aperion

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According to Plato’s Phaedrus what is not as component of oratory?

He should not use sensational effects

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According to Plato what leads to the concept “Evil?”

Ignorance

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According to Plato’s Phaedrus Socrates states “[What] is the art of enchanting the soul, and therefore he who would be [what] has to learn the differences of [what]?”

Oratory; an orator; human souls

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In Plato’s The Apology what is not a sentence suggested by Socrates after his conviction?

I deserve to suffer any evil as a penalty

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In Plato’s dialogue The Crito why does Socrates not escape prison?

An evil for an evil is an unjust trade