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In the Protagoras, Socrates Protagorous present an argument for the claim foolish confidence is not the same thing as courageous confidence. How do they argue for this conclusion.

Protagoras 349d
Question asked by: bellaleo

Asked on: 02 May 2010

Philosophy questions are always interesting ones to answer.

The best way is really to read the Protagoras for yourself, as the best way to get an understanding of a philosophical text is really to read it for yourself there is no quick substitute.

By: knowitall
Replied at: 03 May 2010
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