By Michel Meyer (auth.), Michel Meyer (eds.)
by the query in its being a solution, if merely in a circumstantial (i. e. inessential) demeanour. One certainly needs to query oneself with a view to keep in mind, says Plato, however the dialectic, which might be medical, has to be whatever else whether it is still a play of query and resolution. This contradiction didn't get away Aristotle: he break up the medical from the dialectic and common sense from argumentation whose respective theories he was once resulted in conceive so that it will basically outline their barriers and specificities. As for Plato, he present in the recognized idea of principles what he sought so one can justify wisdom as that that is purported to carry its fact merely from itself. What do rules suggest in the framework of our procedure? In what is composed the passage from rhetoric to ontology which ends up in the denaturation of argumentation? while Socrates requested, for instance, "What is virtue?", he notion you'll be able to now not resolution this kind of query as the resolution refers to a unmarried proposition, a unmarried fact, while the formula of the query itself doesn't point out this unicity. For any solution, one other could be given and therefore regularly, if important, until one will encounter an incompatibility. Now, to a query as to what X, Y, or Z is, you'll solution in lots of methods and not anything within the query itself prohibits multiplicity. advantage is braveness, is justice, and so on.
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