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Three essays on Plato's 'Meno'. From the set texts module of Part 1A of the Philosophy Tripos at Cambridge.

1) Meno 77-78. How does Socrates attempt to prove in the Meno that nobody knowingly desires evil things? Is he successful? (about 2,500 words)

2) Meno 79-86: Discuss the theory of recollection: does the illustration of the slave boy help to convince the reader of the theory? (about 4,100 words)

3) 2 What is Meno's paradox, and how is the theory of recollection meant to solve it? (about 1,400 words)

Grade 1st Class
Institution Cambridge (unaffiliated)
Country United Kingdom
Level Undergraduate
File format DOC

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