Tag: Socratic Dialogue

Exploring the Power of Philosophy Practice: The Socratic Dialogue or Kierkegaardian Authenticity and Meaningful Choices

Excerpt. Philosophy practice is a valuable resource for individuals seeking to better understand themselves and the world around them. By engaging in activities that involve exploring philosophical ideas and concepts in a practical or applied way, we can gain a deeper understanding of our own beliefs and values and can learn to think more deeply and critically about the world around us. Whether through reflective thinking, Socratic dialogue, philosophical counseling, or academic study, engaging in philosophy practice can help us live more meaningful and fulfilling lives, and can help us clarify our own thinking and come to a better understanding of our own beliefs and values. So, if you are looking to explore philosophical ideas and concepts in a practical and applied way, consider engaging in philosophy practice today!

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The Socratic “Foot Massage” dialogue in Pulp Fiction

by Maurizio Bisogno In starting this article, I have made two assumptions:  the first is that you have seen Tarantino’s film Pulp Fiction. The second one is that you should have a basic understanding of the Socratic method. After reading this article again I decided that, in fact, you will be able to understand it even if you don’t satisfy the two conditions above. What I am going to show you is an application of the Socratic dialectical method in a particular scene of Pulp Fiction. In this scene, the two main characters Jules (Samuel L. Jackson) and Vince (John

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