Flashcards in Quiz 1:) Deck (34)
What is inference?
The steps in reasoning that moves from the premises to logical consequences.
Acts of intellect by certain judgements that derive another judgments
* Notion of action*
Act of intellect = Locomotion and imagination
Capacity = Thinking
Science of logic
What is Premises?
A statement that argues a claim that would induce a conclusion
A starting point for inference
Starting judgment in a inference
What is a conclusion?
A judgement reached by reasoning
Dervived by an inference
What is capacity?
Innate or natural potential
What is habit?
“Hexis” kind of ability
What is action?
An area concerned with theories about processs of human bodily movement
Acquired ability that is rooted in a person’s intellect that’s a person’s capacity
Reason why "cause"
Why is Herodotus presenting his histories to us?
He wanted the humans achievements to re remember and not forgotten
Why will he tell us “small figures of men no less than of great”
Men were great but in the small in history
King of Lydia and reign for 14 years
King of Lydia who gave his protector a chose to see his wife naked then leave without getting spotted by his wife
Who is Gytes
Protector of the king Candaules then was asked to kill the king or die
What does the oracle at Delphi prophecy regarding the “revenge” of heraclids against Gyes
The oracle was in the favor of Gyges and was also confirmed his power. Gyges sents presents to the shrine
The Muscian and the inventor of dithyramb
The Athenian who made the laws for Athens.
Cleobis and Biton
Two men of Argos
Son of Gordias and killed his brother by accident
Intellect habit of the knowing is the ....
the reasoning concerning cant be wise
why? Communication (Science)
Barbarians = Not GREEK
Critical Method: Herodotus --- begining of philosophy
Solon = Happy
Not concerned with the description of explaining humans being reasoned
An experimental / factual approach to make clear of facts
EX: Scientific Inquiry
Habit of right reason that making something
Name the seven traditional Liberal Arts
Why is Sardanis' advice to Croesus:
no Luxories but are strong people
What does Herodotus tell us about Thales of Miletus
Thales was contrived of crossing
Why is croesus' lydian calvalry defeated of the persains
Fought on Foot