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There is an intergenerational discourse that looks at the next new thing—be it digital technology, the telephone, radio, TV, even way back to Socrates’ time, when he talked about the invention of writing as bringing about the end of memory—and worry.Reports of a Baleful Internet Are Greatly Exaggerated - Issue 104: Harmony|Brian Gallagher|July 21, 2021|Nautilus
Border authorities said Socrates had to be sent back to Africa, revaccinated and quarantined there for 28 days before returning.
For Socrates, the puzzle of politics and “ideology” could not be unraveled without understanding what ruled human souls.Everything Is Politics to the Right, Even Philip Seymour Hoffman’s Death|James Poulos|February 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The youthful nobility were singled out by Socrates because they, above all others, were both erotic and courageous.
Like Socrates, Street Epistemologists are to understand themselves as inquisitive teachers, not combative lecturers.Atheist Philosopher Peter Boghossian’s Guide to Converting Believers|Michael Schulson|November 2, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The unexamined life is not worth living, according to Socrates.
That was the most ill-advised drink of liquid since Socrates took hemlock.
Socrates, the wisest of men in the eyes of Apollo, admired this exercise and learned dancing in his old age.Friend Mac Donald|Max O'Rell
Lucian attaches an intelligible meaning to these flippant expletives, and represents Socrates as justifying their use.
Besides the oath of Socrates, “by the dog,” he is reported to have sworn variously by the goose and by the plane-tree.
Socrates learned his philosophy from no one, and struck out an entirely new path.
Bacon was disgusted with ineffective logical speculations, and Socrates with ineffective physical researches.