In attempting to discern what virtue is and whether it can be taught, Socrates engages in a conversation with Meno about knowledge as elicited recollection and demonstrates the concept with Meno?s slave. Finally, virtue is presented as an unteachable quality rooted that does not originate in thought or knowledge.
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Hayes Barton Press
December 31, 2005
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