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🍀The measure of all things*✨

* Protagoras coined a qoute that “the human is the measure of all things”

With that stated there’s a enough said to Yoga Master the Mind nowadays in this common cloud of endless information. 9 palabras más

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When You Win By Losing ... Or Do You Lose By Winning?

An act of charity by one of the fathers of modern thought led to one of the greatest paradoxes of legal and philosophical history.

Protagoras was one of the early great thinkers of Ancient Greece. 326 palabras más

Laws And Lawyers

Sophistry, the Sophists and modern medical education. Medical Teacher Volume 32, Issue 1, 2010. Part 2.


One of the direct ways in which the Sophists are relevant to today is that they were the first to put a monetary value on education; they were the first professional educators. 2.397 palabras más


Protagoras of Abdera, Agnostic and Behavioral Economist? (Philostratus, Vita Sophist. 495-6)

“Protagoras of Abdera, the sophist, was also a follower of Democritus at home; and he spent time among the Persian magi as well when Xerxes invaded Greece. 262 palabras más


Pale Blue Dot - Carl Sagan (Review)

Carl Sagan, Pale Blue Dot: A Vision of the Human Future in Space, (New York: Ballantine Books, 1994).

Pale Blue Dot was published in 1994, four years after Carl Sagan convinced NASA to turn the… 1.693 palabras más


Philosophy With Argument

Some claim that the philosophy is just the practice of making and assessing arguments. I deny this claim, as evidenced in my earlier post, “Philosophy Without Argument.” Nonetheless, argumentation is an important, probably essential, component of philosophy. 1.817 palabras más


#72. Protagoras by Plato (Catharina)

This book is a dialogue between the elderly sophist Protagoras and Socrates is considered a condemnation by Plato of sophists. Sophists were a specialist teacher in Ancient Greece and the Roman Empire. 289 palabras más