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Students Will Review:
This chapter helps students review the influential figures in logic covered in a standard philosophy course. Topics covered include:
- The central tenets of Aristotelian logic
- Socrates' life and philosophy
- The influence of Plato on western civilization
- Euclid's contributions to mathematics
1. Aristotelian Logic: Aristotle's Central Concepts and Influence
This lesson will explore the life of the famous philosopher Aristotle. It will highlight his life in Northern Greece and Athens, as well as his interactions with Alexander the Great. It will also explain the main tenants of Aristotelian logic.
2. Socrates: Life, Death and Philosophy
This lecture is a whirlwind tour through the life of Socrates. It begins with an explanation of the Socratic problem, followed by an examination of his philosophy. The lecture ends with a summary of Socrates' legacy.
3. Platonic Idealism: Plato and His Influence
This lecture examines the philosophy and legacy of Plato. It covers the Allegory of the Cave, the Realm of Forms and Plato's views on politics and the soul. Finally, it shows Plato's enduring legacy in modern science.
4. Who is Euclid? - Biography, Contribution & Theorems
In this lesson, you'll explore the life and achievements of the Greek mathematician Euclid, and test your understanding about Ancient Greece, early math, and the principles of Euclidean geometry.
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