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[探索发现] 2016-07-29 BBC:古代圣贤:苏格拉底 Socrates-11

 

 

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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  The destiny of all Greeds was in the hands of the Gods'. They were venerated even though their personal lives were pretty short on moral guidance. Capricious and vengeful, they fought
with each other.They slept with one another's wives. they abducted the mortals. And appropriately,the Gods didn't see that they are interst in human reality, either.
  Living a good life didn't guarantee the favor of Gods. Respecting their power and offering the most expensive and bloodiest sacrifice was a much safer bet.
  Greeks did, however, believe there were five virtues, justice, temperance, courage, piety and wisdom. But in practice these virtues were slippery shifting ideas. what was considered just and pious for an aristocratic man wasn't necessary the same for a slave woman.
  In Socrates' experience, traditional moral thinking, the kind taught elders, priests and epic poets, just didn't stand up to scrutiny. His philosophy became a search for more robust, universal definitions.
  Socrates thought that all virtues were interlinked. They couldn't be separated. He thought of them as one thing, something he called the knowledge of human good.
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The destiny of all Greeks was in the hands of gods. They were venerated even though their personal lives were pretty short on moral guidance. Capricious and vengeful, they fought with each other. They slept with one another’s wives. They adopted mortals. And appropriately, the gods didn’t see that interested in human reality, either.   
Living a good life didn’t guarantee the favor with gods. Respecting their power and offering the most expensive and bloodiest sacrifice was a much safer bet.
Greeks did however believe their five virtues, justice, temperance, courage, piety and wisdom. But in practice these virtues were slippery shifting ideals. What was considered a just or pious for an aristocratic man wasn’t necessarily the same for a slave woman. In Socrate’s experience, traditional moral thinking, being contoured by olders and priests and epic poets, just didn’t stand out the scrutiny. His phylosophy became a search for more robust universal definitions. Socrates thought that all virtues were interlinked. They couldn’t be separated, they thought them as one thing, something he called knowledge of the human good.
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The destiny of all Greeks was in the hands of the gods. They were venerated even though their personal lives were pretty short on moral guidance. Capricious and vengeful, they fought with each other. They slept with one another's wives. They abducted mortals, and appropriately, the gods didn't seem that interested in human reality, either.
-Living a good life didn't guarantee favour of the gods. Respecting their power and offering the most expansive and bloodiest sacrifice was a much safer bet.
Greeks did, however, believe there were five virtues, justice, temperance, courage, piety and wisdom. But in practice, these virtues were slippery, shifting ideals. What was considered as just or pious for an aristocratic man wasn't necessarily the same for a slave woman.
-In Socrates's experience, tradtional moral thinking, be kind of taught by elders and priests and epic poets, just didn't stand up to scrutiny. His phylosophy became a search for more robust, universal definitions.
Socrates thought that all the virtues were interlinked. They couldn't be seperated. He thought them as one thing, something he called knowledge of the human good.
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The destiny of all Greeks was in hands of the gods’. There were venerated even though their personal lives were pretty short on moral guidance. Capricious and vengeful, they fought with each other. They slept with one another’s wives. They abducted mortals. And appropriately, the gods didn’t see they’re interested in human reality either.

“Living a good life didn’t guarantee favor with the gods. Respecting their power and offering the most expensive and bloodiest sacrifice was a much safer bet.”

Greeks did however believe there were five virtues -- justice, temperance, courage, piety and wisdom. But in practice, these virtues were slippery shifting ideals. What was considered just or pious for an aristocratic man was unnecessarily the same for a slave woman.

“In Socrates’ experience, traditional moral thinking, kinds taught by elders, and priests and epic poets just didn’t stand up to scrutiny. His philosophy became a search for more robust universal definitions.”

Socrates thought that all the virtues were interlinked. They couldn’t be separated. He thought them as one thing, something he called knowledge of the human good.
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The destiny of all Greeks was in the hands of Gods. They were venerated even though their personal lives were pretty short on the moral guidance. They were capricious and vengeful. They fought with each other. They slept with one and each other’s wives. They abducted mortals. And appropriately, the gods didn’t seem that interested in human reality either.
Living a good life didn’t guarantee favor with the gods. Respecting their power and offering them most expensive and bloody sacrifice was a much safer bet.
Greeks did however believe there were five virtues, justice, temperance, courage, piety and wisdom. But in practice, these virtues were slippery shifting ideals. What was considered just or pious for an aristocratic man wasn’t necessarily the same for a slave woman.
In Socrates’s experience, traditional moral thinking, the kind told by elders and priests and epic poets just didn’t understand the scrutiny. His philosophy became a search for more robust and universal definition.
Socrates thought that all the virtues were inner-linked. They couldn’t be separated. He thought them as one thing, something he called knowledge of the human good.
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