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Judith Stove

Losing Our Memories

New legislation in Australia seeks to levy large fines on media companies for sharing ‘misinformation and disinformation.’ But who decides, and what is the impact on the historical record?

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Starting with Plato

Judith Stove offers a brief introduction to the great dialogues of Plato, including some readings and discussion of key sections.

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Plato’s Theaetetus (P3)

In “Plato’s Theaetetus,” Judith Stove explores Socrates’s analysis of perception, reality, and change, revealing how Protagoras’s theory faces scrutiny through philosophical inquiry.

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Plato’s Theaetetus (P2)

In “Plato’s Theaetetus,” Judith Stove examines Theaetetus’s initial proposition that knowledge is perception, exploring Socratic analysis that challenges Protagoras’s perspective on reality and appearance.

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Plato’s Theaetetus (P1)

In “Plato’s Theaetetus,” Judith Stove introduces the dialogue that delves into epistemology, using Socratic midwifery metaphor, inviting Theaetetus to explore the labor of defining knowledge.

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Plato’s Meno (P4)

In the final installment of “Plato’s Meno,” Judith Stove navigates the labyrinth of virtue’s nature and acquisition, highlighting Socratic ironies and the enigma of teaching virtue through example.

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Plato’s Meno (P3)

In “Plato’s Meno 3,” Judith Stove explores the intricacies of Socrates’ dialogue, highlighting the paradox of knowledge, recollection, and the value of being honestly unsure in learning.

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Plato’s Meno (P2)

In “Plato’s Meno 2,” Judith Stove delves into the concept of virtue as practical excellence or ‘strength,’ exploring its implications and the challenges of teaching it. The dialogue’s exploration leaves us pondering its true nature.

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Plato’s Meno (P1)

In “Plato: Meno 1” by Judith Stove, the captivating dialogue “Meno” takes center stage as questions of virtue, teaching, and learning are dissected. Stove introduces readers to Meno’s character and his pursuit of understanding virtue, setting the stage for a profound exploration of moral standards and education.

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