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Ideas (widescreen)
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  • @hudali15
    Thank you very much, dear Ali, for your kind words and the fav. Much appreciated. Your presentations are truly inspiring. Thanks. Have a great weekend. Regards, Ren
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    I do not know how I missed this great presentation. It is true, it is good and it is useful. I thank you for the dedication. It really filled me with joy. A great presentation from a great friend
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  • 1. Ren’s Creations Manual Advance
  • 2. Ideas can be expressed with diagrams and graphs. Ren’s Creations
  • 3. Some ideas seem a bit abstract. Feynman Diagram Richard Feynman Nobel Prize, physics, 1965 Ren’s Creations
  • 4. Some ideas are quite down to earth. Food Pyramid Ren’s Creations Fats, Oils & Sweets Use Sparingly Milk, Yogurt & Cheese Group 2-3 Servings Vegetable Group 3-5 Servings Meat, Poultry, Dry Beans Eggs & Nuts Group 2-3 Servings Fruit Group 2-4 Servings Bread, Cereal, Rice & Pasta Group 6-11 Servings
  • 5. And some ideas may be fun to talk about. Ren’s Creations
  • 6. But some ideas can be controversial. Ren’s Creations
  • 7. Then there are ideas that may provoke thinking, like the story I am about to tell. Ren’s Creations
  • 8. Once upon a time in ancient Greece, there was a great philosopher named Socrates. The Great Philosopher Ren’s Creations Here is the story.
  • 9. Socrates advocated, among other things, “ Test of Three”. Is it true? Is it good? Is it useful? Σωκράτης Αληθινή ? Καλή ? Χρήσιμες ? Ren’s Creations The three tests are:
  • 10. One day a man came to see him and said, Do you know what I just heard about one of your students? Ren’s Creations
  • 11. Ren’s Creations No, I just heard it. Are you sure it is true?
  • 12. Ren’s Creations No, on the contrary! Is it about something good?
  • 13. Ren’s Creations No, not really…... Is it useful to me?
  • 14. Ren’s Creations Sorry!!! Then why do you want to tell me?
  • 15. Ren’s Creations The man walked away, embarrassed.
  • 16. That was why Socrates never learned that his most famous student, Plato, was having an affair with his wife. Πλάτων Plato Ren’s Creations
  • 17. Disclaimer This story, though widely circulated, may not be true. It is only used here as a platform for expressing ideas. Ren’s Creations
  • 18. Now we wonder! Is it really better for Socrates not to know about it? Ren’s Creations
  • 19. Or was it possible that Socrates already knew? Ren’s Creations
  • 20. Myrto on the left and Xanthippe on the right dousing him with water! Was it his idea of a wonderful life?! Socrates and his two wives Reyer van Blommendael (ca. 1655) Ren’s Creations But he had two wives!
  • 21. He was also sentenced to death for expressing his ideas! Ren’s Creations Death of Socrates by Jacques-Louis David (1787).
  • 22. What do you think? Ren’s Creations
  • 23. This presentation was inspired by Ali Anani’s Organize and Analyze, specifically by Xiby’s discourse on the wisdom of Socrates. Thanks, George , thanks Ali! Postscript Ren’s Creations
  • 24. The use of copyrighted materials in this presentation, if any, is Fair Use for nonprofit educational purposes. Copyright Disclaimer Ren’s Creations
  • 25. Images: Internet Story Idea: Internet English Text: Ren Greek Text: Google Translate PowerPoint: Ren Credits www.slideshare.net/renn www.youtube.com/user/11renn Ren’s Creations

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