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  • Socrates realizes that the power to become what we want to be lies in our decision to be. Once we have a firm decision, and take action, no one is to tell us that we can’t.If you don’t know your limitations you can cause a lot of harm to yourself or to others, I think intelligence comes from being able to say “I don’t know, I can try to give my best guess” or “I don’t know, but I’m going to find out the exact answer.”Education is a great tool to opening our eyes to the fact that we “know nothing” as Socrates would say. In a way Education increases the nothingness that surrounds us, Find the books and the people whose knowledge will make your life better, and remember that…-At the end of the day, the questions we ask of ourselves determine the type of people that we will become
  • 2. He write a book which has such appela that peple tend to follows the thought of him Ethoes:Ethicalappel or image of the writer
  • PATHOES:emtional appeal of the author
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    • 1. SOCRATES
      BY: Group 1
    • 2. We Will Talk About…
      His life
      The Socrates Method Towards Great Living
      Persuasion Style Of Socratic
      DistinctionOn The Basis Of:
      Ethos
      Pathos
      Logos
    • 3. About His Life
      Socrates(. 469 BC–399 BC) was a ClassicalGreek philosopher
      He was one of the founder of Western Philosophy
      Socrates married Xanthippe, who was much younger than him
    • 4. Plato's dialogues are the most comprehensive accounts of Socrates to survive from antiquity.
      Socrates has become renowned for his contribution to the field of ethics
      There are contradictory reasons behind his death
    • 5. THE SOCRATES METHOD TO GREAT LIVING
      Live into your vision
      Know your limitations
      Expand your horizons
      Whatever you have is enough
      Define what you want
    • 6. FEW QUOTES BY SOCRATES
      “True wisdom comes to each of us when we realize how little we understand about life, ourselves, and the world around us.” 
      “I know that I am intelligent, because I know that I know nothing” 
      “Employ your time in improving yourself by other men's writings, so that you shall gain easily what others have labored hard for”
    • 7. PERSUASION STYLE OF SOCRATES
      Constructed questions designed to force self-examination and lead them to a conclusion
      As followers who employ critical thinking skills to advise leaders.
      As formal leaders while motivating people toward an objective
    • 8. PERSUASION STYLE OF SOCRATES
      As a instructor in formal training
      As mentor while grooming protégés for professional growth
      As peers interacting with others.
    • 9. ETHOS
      Talks Himself Out of His Body
      Anti-rhetorical writer
      • Another way of looking at this is ..., does this seem reasonable?
      • 10. Why it is ... necessary?
      • 11. Who benefits from this?
      • 12. What is the difference between... and...?
      • 13. Why is it better than ...?
      • 14. What are the strengths and weaknesses of...?
    • PATHOS
      • Accept false premises based on flawed information which may be favorable to the author
      • 15. Why are you saying that?
      • 16. What exactly does this mean?
      • 17. How does this relate to what we have been talking about?
      • 18. What is the nature of ...?
      • 19. What do we already know about this?
    • LOGOS
      Apply the method of open discussion
      • Why is that happening?
      • 20. How do you know this?
      • 21. Can you give me an example of that?
      • 22. What is What do you think causes ... ?
      • 23. The nature of this?
      • 24. Are these reasons good enough?
    • CONCLUSION
      Self-examination and the search for philosophical truth
      To probe the leader’s rationale and affect policy with a synergy not available to the leader in isolation.
      Peers can improve each other’s critical-thinking skills and insight through open dialogue that promotes creativity and constructive feedback

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