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This 29 minute video runs through the natural philosophers by way of discussing Jostein Gaarder's chapters in Sophie's World to the chapter right before Socrates. The birth of Greek philosophy, which includes according to some the anticipation of Western science.
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This 29 minute video runs through the natural philosophers by way of discussing Jostein Gaarder's chapters in Sophie's World to the chapter right before Socrates. The birth of Greek philosophy, which includes according to some the anticipation of Western science.
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28 minutes 8 seconds
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grammar
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The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Beginner (pre-A1)
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This resource is intended for:Elementary schoolers, High schoolers
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20/08/2022
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1. Fill the gap.
… they don't assume that there'sdemon in the air conditioner,
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myth is a story about the gods, which sets out to explain why life as it is I.
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But if ifpurpose of a myth is to express a mystery of the world,
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I was in Ephesus ontour once,
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now that was created to express America's sense that it's connected toprestigious past.
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Some some people think the Genesis one is in dialogue withBabylonian creation.
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… whatever you think of that dailies wasn't makinggreat stretch when he suggested that water might be the fundamental basis of …
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This isgreat mystery,
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Think he thought of the soul, probably insame way that we do as having a whole, the whole personality.
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He wasrationalist.
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… or whether things are constantly changing or -little of was it an axon and ER that we saw earlier,
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What was it away, then I mean, water waves are in water and sound waves areair.
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And so they came up with this idea of there beingether, which, by the way, Einstein disproved, and then that was that.
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But atsame time, Heraclitus is right because these things are constantly mixing together.
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… you might be hearing overtones of chemistry in the sense thatperiodic table basically says that there are only these basic …
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… not just there iselement of truth that these guys saw something that chemistry would later see as well,
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Curtis isone that came up with the word Adam.
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You can actually split atoms by the wayDemocritus, although Democritus did not believe in any significant afterlife.
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But there was this group of people calledcollations who eat their dead.
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Hippocratic oath, you know, famous line from the Hippocratic oath is that the the doctor promises to do no harm.
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