Neuromuscular Disease - Evidence and Analysis in Clinical Neurology

Neuromuscular Disease - Evidence and Analysis in Clinical Neurology

von: Michael Benatar

Humana Press, 2007

ISBN: 9781597451062 , 474 Seiten

Format: PDF

Kopierschutz: Wasserzeichen

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Preis: 202,29 EUR

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Neuromuscular Disease - Evidence and Analysis in Clinical Neurology


A Certain Kind of Wisdom In Plato's Apology, the Greek philosopher Socrates is on trial to defend himself against the allegation of corrupting the youth of Athens. Socrates denies this charge and offers an alternate reason for why he is on trial. He explains, '[w]hat has caused my reputation is none other than a certain kind of wisdom. What kind of wisdom? Human wisdom, perhaps(1). ' He proceeds to tell the story of his friend Chaerophon, who once asked the Oracle at Delphi whether there was anyone wiser than Socrates. The Oracle answered that there was not. Socrates did not agree and thought that he would try to prove the Oracle wrong. And so he set about seeking out Athenians with a reputation for wisdom in various regards in order to test their claims to knowledge through questioning. He discovered many with false claims to knowledge and none with genuine wisdom and ultimately concluded that he was the wisest. He reached this conclusion not because of any special knowledge he possessed that others did not, but rather because he recognized his own lack of knowledge and strived to learn more, while others thought that they were kno- edgeable but were not. Socrates' conclusion that there is wisdom in recognizing the limitations of accepted knowledge represents the motivation for this book.