The basic theme of Plato's Meno is a discussion of virtue. In this beginner-level philosophy lesson, review this powerful Platonic dialogue.
How is Socrates like a stingray, paralyzing his interlocutor? This lesson explores the function of Socratic perplexity and ignorance in pursuit of knowledge.
The Meno paradox is a dilemma asserting the impossibility of learning or acquiring knowledge. This philosophy lesson reviews the problem and examines solutions.
What happens when people learn? The Platonic Doctrine of Recollection, reviewed in this lesson, asserts learning is remembering previously acquired knowledge.
Upon a closer read of The Meno, several issues about the variety of goods and virtues emerge. Discuss them in this philosophy lesson and dig deeper into Plato.
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