Gorgias Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

How does Socrates say orators who only speak for their own self-interest are treating the public? (from Chapter V (492-502))

2.

Socrates sees Callicles' opinion of living for wanting nothing as equal to being what? (from Chapter V (492-502))

3.

Why does Callicles claim philosophy is good for youth in education? (from Chapter IV (480-491))

4.

How does Socrates regard just actions? (from Chapter III (470-479))

5.

In Socrates' opinion, why should a wretched body be deprived of life? (from Chapter VI (503-514))

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