What is it to live philosophically? If we are to know the answer, what should we do to get there? In this article, we discuss Plato’s theory of soul, its ethical consequences and applicability to life.
In the series on the dialogues of the ancient Greek philosopher Plato, we will go through his training in refutation. Only he who is trained in it can go to philosophy as a positive discipline; that is when one’s mind has an arbitrary form it cannot claim philosophical knowledge (wisdom) before they surrender themselves to philosophy as a negative discipline.