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A thought book on the Socratic method

by T. Sharper Knowlson

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Published by T.W. Laurie, ltd. in London .
Written in English


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Statemented. by T. Sharper Knowlson.
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LC ClassificationsPN6331 .K6
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 199, [1] p.
Number of Pages199
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6633543M
LC Control Number21006123
OCLC/WorldCa10295571

  "While direct suggestions and explanations may help to correct a person's anxiety-producing thoughts, they are less powerful than the Socratic method. Questions induce the patient (1) to become aware of what his thoughts are, (2) to examine them for cognitive distortions, (3) to substitute more balanced thoughts, and (4) to make plans to.   Some of Socrates’ questions were recorded from memory by his student, Plato, in books like Dialogues and Euthyphro. Using the Socratic Method ensures your reasoning holds water, that it is sound, that it stands up and is grounded in reality. Use this method to challenge your own hypothesis, as well as your long-held beliefs.

This book develops a new account of Socratic method, based on a psychological model of Plato's dramatic depiction of Socrates' character and conduct. Socratic method is seen as a blend of three types of philosophical discourse: refutation, truth-seeking, and persuasion. Cain focuses on the persuasive features of the method since, in her view, it is this aspect of Socrates' method that best.   Provided to YouTube by DistroKid The Socratic Method The Autumn Ravine An Intrinsic Evolution ℗ The Autumn Ravine Released on: Auto-generated by.

The first book you’ve chosen is edited and annotated by Jonathan Barnes and is called Early Greek Philosophy, carefully avoiding labelling these thinkers the ‘Presocratics’.Why have you chosen this book? Because I think it gives you a very lucid, incisive, accessible way into the subject: it gives you quotes in translation very clearly marked out from Barnes’s commentary about them. Socrates (/ ˈ s ɒ k r ə t iː z /; Ancient Greek: Σωκρᾰ́της Sōkrátēs [sɔːkrátɛːs]; c. – BC) was a Greek philosopher from Athens who is credited as one of the founders of Western philosophy, and as being the first moral philosopher of the Western ethical tradition of thought. An enigmatic figure, he made no writings, and is known chiefly through the accounts of.


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Socratic Logic: A Logic Text using Socratic Method, Platonic Questions, and Aristotelian Principles, Edition by Peter Kreeft and Trent Dougherty | out of 5 stars   This book isn't perfect by any means but it is still a must-have book for anyone who is serious about studying the Socratic Method.

Within this little booklet, you'll find a lot of great information about formulating the right kinds of questions to examine specific areas of by: The Socratic method (also known as method of Elenchus, elenctic method, or Socratic debate), is a form of cooperative argumentative dialogue between individuals, based on asking and answering questions to stimulate critical thinking and to draw out ideas and underlying is named after the Classical Greek philosopher Socrates and is introduced by him in Plato's Theaetetus as.

Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software An illustration of two photographs. A thought book on the Socratic method Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This : This book introduces Socrates' dialectic, and it was great to read the original example of the "Socratic Method" of teaching by asking questions that demand logical answers to lead the pupil to a particular point or defend his own position.4/5.

The Socratic method represents the core of an attorney's craft: questioning, analyzing, and simplifying. Doing all this successfully in front of others for the first time is a memorable moment. It’s important to remember that professors aren’t using the Socratic seminar to embarrass or demean students.

It's a tool for mastering difficult. Liberating Educational Technology Through the Socratic Method: /ch Technology is now an essential component of classroom instruction. Instructors have come to terms with the realization that their students are “digital.

Socratic questioning (sometimes referred to as the Socratic method) involves a disciplined and thoughtful dialogue between two or more people.

It is widely used in teaching and counseling to expose and unravel deeply-held values and beliefs that frame and support what we think and say. Socratic method - Wikipedia Socratic method - Wikipedia The Socratic method, also can be known as maieutics, method of elenchus, elenctic method, or Socratic debate, is a form of cooperative argumentative dialogue ‎Development ‎Method ‎App.

Socratic Method: A method of teaching that applies a dialectical exchange between persons who wish to arrive at a shared understanding concerning a particular question, thought or idea.

Learning Management System: Software programs that capture and. The authors of the book compiled and categorised a variety of questions, techniques and examples one can use in a Socratic dialogue.

All of that in a very compact book which makes it a practical guide one can start applying from day one/5. Socratic questioning (or Socratic maieutics) was named after utilized an educational method that focused on discovering answers by asking questions from his students.

According to Plato, who was one of his students, Socrates believed that "the disciplined practice of thoughtful questioning enables the scholar/student to examine ideas and be able to determine the validity of those. with some contemporary examples of the method applied in elementary through high school classes.

To get you started in practicing Socratic questioning, we begin with the nuts and bolts of critical thinking (Part One), followed by some examples of Socratic dialogue (Part Two), and then the mechanics of Socratic dialog (Part Three). In The Socratic Method of Psychotherapy, James Overholser approaches cognitive therapy through the interactive dialogues of Socrates, aiming to reduce the gap between theory and practice.

Clinicians and students will appreciate the flexibility and creativity that underlie effective psychotherapy sessions when guided by the Socratic method as an. Bringing together the principles of critical thinking, Richard Paul and Linda Elder illuminate the practicality and accessibility of Socratic questioning for revealing and solving problems in thought.

Teachers, students and professionals will find in this book essential questioning strategies for reasoning within any field of study or s: Plato’s Socratic dialogues repeatedly exhibit a distinctive feature of the main character of those dialogues – the so-called Socratic method.

Plato highlights this feature of Socrates when he has his main character in the Apology blame his prosecution on his customary method (27b2). Socrates: Ironist and Moral Philosopher Socratic Studies.

This is an excellent, well written book, a must read from one of the better scholars. He provides a very thoughtful discussion of Socratic Irony, the problem of the historical Socrates, changes in his method through Plato, and more. Teaching the Classics: A Socratic Method for Literary Education, Second Edition, teaches parents and teachers how to understand and analyze literature using Socratic questioning and discussion.

This seminar consists of a book and a set of eight DVD’s. I began my review by reading through the book. Halfway through the book, I began wondering why I would need the DVDs. The Socratic method, one of Langdell’s most well-entrenched reforms to legal education, remains the law’s signature pedagogical technique.

Although the term means different things to different people, its essence in the law school classroom is student analysis of cases led by a teacher, who calls on students to articulate gradually deeper understandings of a legal doctrine or theory.

Several notions of Socratic methods are differentiated: the critical thinking framework of Paul and Elder (), the classic Socratic method, the modern Socratic method, and the neo-Socratic.

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The Consolations. of Philosophy. By Alain de Botton. Illustrated. pp. New York: Pantheon Books. $ On a plane over the Atlantic a few .Later, maybe you can find a book that attempts to instruct in the use of the Socratic method, but why not start by reading Socrates (Plato's dialogues). I'd skip the Republic, though.

It's more just an expression of Plato's own philosophy put into the mouth of Socrates.