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[探索发现] 2016-06-01 BBC:古代圣贤:苏格拉底 Socrates-2

 

 

BBC: Genius of the Ancient World  | 《英国广播公司:古代世界的天才》

 

第二集 Socrates 古代圣贤:苏格拉底

 

历史学家贝特妮·休斯(Bettany Hughes)游历印度、希腊、和中国以追寻三位古代世界的哲学巨人——佛祖释迦牟尼、苏格拉底和孔子——的足迹。她首先来到印度;当年,佛祖离开了他的家人和故土,踏上了寻求终结人类苦难的方法的哲学旅程。接着她转道前往希腊,并详细描述了苏格拉底是如何成就了他的名声。最后来到中国探寻孔子,被广泛誉为第一位对重要的社会、政治和伦理问题采取了系统性的哲学处理的中国思想家。


Series in which historian Bettany Hughes investigates three giants of ancient philosophy. In the second episode she is in Greece, on the trail of the hugely influential maverick thinker Socrates, who was executed for his beliefs.


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[Homework]2016-06-01 BBC:古代圣贤:苏格拉底 Socrates-2

In 469 BC, Socrates was born, the son of a midwife and a stonemason, into a city in a mist of a true m..transformation. He grew up in the suburbs of the Athens, at eye level with the sacred acropolis rogue.
But young Socrates wouldn't have left towns over the elegant lines of the passing-on temple that exquisite symbol of western civilization that still stands pround today. Instead, he'd worked every morning to a horror, the blackened and burnt-out remains of buildings brutalized by war.
His city b.. the scars of the f.. conflict with the region super power, p. But, against the odds, Athens had triumphed just 10 years before Socrated was born. Now it raveled and got some called the Greek miracle, a golden age. B.. t.. flooded the region with new wealth and crucially with new ideas.

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  In 459 BC, Socrates was born, the son of a midwife and a stone mason into a city in the midst of a tumultuous transformation. He grew up in the suburbs of Athens, at eye level with the sacred acropolis rock.
  But young Socrates wouldn't have looked out over the elegant lines of the parthenon temple, that exquisite symbol of western civilization that still stands proud today. Instead he'd wake every morning to a horror, the blackened and burntout remains of buildings brutalized by war. His city bore the scars of a ferocious conflict with the region super-power,Persia. But against the odds, Athens had triumphed just ten years before Socrates was born. Now it ravelled in what some called the Greek miracle, a golden age. Burgeoning trade flooded the region with new wealth, and crucially with new ideas.
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[Homework]2016-06-01 BBC:古代圣贤:苏格拉底 Socrates-2

In 469 BC, Socrates was born, the son of a midwife and a stone mason, into a city in the midst of a tumultuous transformation. He grew up in the suburb of Athens, at eye level with the sacred acropolis rock. -But young Socrates wouldn't have looked out over the elegant lines of the Parthenon Temple that exquisite symbol of Western civilization that still stands proud today. Instead, he'd woken every morning to a horror, the blackened and burnt-out remains of buildings, brutalised by war.
His city bore the scars of a ferocious conflict with the region super power, Persia. But against the odds, Athens had triumphed, just 10 years before Socrates was born. Now, it revelled in what some called the Greek miracle, a golden age. Burgeoning trade flooded the region with new wealth and crucially with new ideas.

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In 469 BC, Socrates was born, the son of a midwife  and a stonemason , into a city in the midst of a tumultuous  transformation. He grew up in the suburbs of Athens, at eye level with the sacred Acropolis rock. But young Socrates wouldn’t have looked out over the elegant lines of the Parthenon Temple, that exquisite symbol of western civilization that still stands proud today. Instead, he’d woken every morning to a horror, the blackened and burned-out remains of buildings brutalized by war.
His city bore the scares of ferocious conflict with the region’s superpower, Persia. But against the odds, Athens had triumphed just ten years before Socrates was born. Now it reveled in what some call the Greek miracle, a golden age. Burgeoning  trade flooded the region with new wealth and crucially, with new ideas.
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  In 459 BC, Socrates was born, the son of a midwife and a stone mason into a city in the midst of a tumultuous transformation. He grew up in the suburbs of Athens, at eye level with the sacred acropolis rock.
  But young Socrates wouldn't have looked out over the elegant lines of the parthenon temple, that exquisite symbol of western civilization that still stands proud today. Instead he'd wake every morning to a horror, the blackened and burntout remains of buildings brutalized by war. His city bore the scars of a ferocious conflict with the region super-power,Persia. But against the odds, Athens had triumphed just ten years before Socrates was born. Now it ravelled in what some called the Greek miracle, a golden age. Burgeoning trade flooded the region with new wealth, and crucially with new ideas.
In 469BC, Socrates was born, the son of a midwife and a stone mason,into a city in the midst of a tumultuous transformation. He grow up in a suburb of Athens, at eye level with the sacred acropolis rock, but young Socrates would not have looked out at the elegant lines of the Parthenon temple, that exquisite symbol of western civilization that still stands proud today. Instead, he’d wake every morning to a horror, the blackened and burnout remains of buildings brutalized by war. His city bore the scar of a ferocious conflict with the region-superpower,Persia. But against the odds , Athens had triumphed just ten years before Socrates was born. Now it rivaled in what some call the great miracle, an golden age. Virgin trade flood the region with wealth and crucially, with new ideas.
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In 469 B.C. Socrates was born. The son of a midwife and a stonemason, into a city amidst of a tumultuous transformation, he grew up in the suburbs of Athens, at eye level, with sacred acropolis rock.

“But young Socrates wouldn’t have looked out over the elegant lines of the Parthenon Temple, that exquisite symbol of western civilization that still stands proud today. Instead, he’d wake every morning to a horror, the blackened and burnout remains of buildings brutalized by war.”

His city bore the scars of a ferocious conflict with the region super-power -- Persia. But against the odds, Athens has triumphed just ten years before Socrates was born. Now it raveled in what some called the “Greek Miracle”, a golden age burgeoning trade flooded the region with new wealth and crucially with new ideas.
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In 469 BC, Socrates was born, the son of the maid wife and stonemason, into a city in the mist of a true mutinous transformation. He grew up in the southern of Athens at eye level of the secret Acropolis rock.
But young Socrates wouldn’t have left towns over the elegant lines of Parthenon temple that  exquisite the symbol of western civilization that still stands proud today. Instead, he had worked every morning to a horror, the black hands, the burn // remains of the buildings brutalized by war.
His city bore the scars of ferocious conflict with the region super power, Persia. But against the odds, Athens had triumphed just 10 years before Socrates was born. Now it rivals what some call the Greek miracle of golden age. vergining trade, flooding region with the new wealth while crucially with the new ideas
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2016-06-01  BBC:古代圣贤:苏格拉底 Socrates-2

       In 469 B.C. Socrates was born. The son of a midwife and a stonemason, into a city amidst of a t_________ transformation, he grew up in the suburbs of Athens, at eye level, with sacred a________ rock. “But young Socrates wouldn’t have looked out over the elegant lines of the Parthenon Temple, that exquisite symbol of western civilization that still stands proud today. Instead, he’d wake every morning to a horror, the blackened and burnout remains of buildings b_________ by war.” His city bore the scars of a ferocious conflict with the region super-power Persia. But against the odds, Athens has triumphed just ten years before Socrates was born. Now it r_______ in what some called the “Greek Miracle”, a golden age b_________ trade flooded the region with new wealth and crucially with new ideas.

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