Socratism
Socratism Soc"ra*tism, n. The philosophy or the method of Socrates. [1913 Webster]

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  • socratism — SOCRATÍSM s. n. orientare a gândirii filozofice spre subiect, spre om, spre problemele gnoseologice şi morale, proprie lui Socrate, care considera că adevărul poate fi descoperit prin reflecţie filozofică şi prin maieutică. (< Socrate + ism)… …   Dicționar Român

  • socratism — soc·ra·tism …   English syllables

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  • So|crat|i|cism — «soh KRAT uh sihz uhm», noun. 1. = Socratism. (Cf. ↑Socratism) 2. a Socratic peculiarity or trait …   Useful english dictionary

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