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Heidegger and the Will: On the Way to Gelassenheit iLd dude s bed and still Socrastupid won t play hide the salamiVarious noises ofncredulity and derision were heard to come from my mouth I feel sure though I was a little muzzy by that time and The Healing Land: The Bushmen and the Kalahari Desert its about this point that the brandy bottle COFFEE THERMOS slid to the ground and needed picking up As I leaned to do so I remember thinking how lovely and soft the bricks lookedWhen I woke up under the glass table top the goddamned magnifying glass had set what remains of the hair on top of my head on fireThe moral of the story The Secret Box is reading The Symposium should never be undertaken while outdoors This works licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial 30 Unported License The Symposium holds the key to ancient psychology One has but to compare post Freudian psychology s understanding of the drives with Plato s discourse on human longing here n order to measure the distance between the ancient and modern orientations to reality It s strange for us to conceive this Einblicke in the post Darwinian post Freudian era but Plato genuinely held that the longing to knows the fundamental human drive with sexuality the modern candidate foundational drive being derived therefrom What a different psychology this basic belief reveals And with this alternate psychology Plato reveals an orientation to the world that opens up horizons entirely other to those we are accustomed toPlato has shown a concern for the way that our pre rational orientation to the real feeds Fated: Blood and Redemption into and constrains our capacity to reason alreadyn other dialogues such as The Republic One gets the feeling that the arch rationalist becomes progressively haunted n each dialogue by the realization that what we love determines n advance the direction our rationality can take Wir möchten auch vom Arno-Schmidt-Jahr profitieren ints approach to the real Nietzsche commented admiringly on Plato s psychological acumen evinced by his discovery that our strongest longing s the true but hidden master of our reason Already with the Symposium we see that the structure of reasoning crystallizes tself around this primordial pre rational engagement with the real Early on n the dialogue Socrates makes the rather cheeky claim that t The Powers That Be: Global Energy for the Twenty-first Century and Beyond is only the genuine philosopher who can understand the real meaning of desire Socrates further proposes to thencredulity of others present that ndeed philosophy s somehow connected with the pursuit of the fulfillment of this deepest desire And what better setting could Plato choose to prove the power of Socrates s Tomatoland: How Modern Industrial Agriculture Destroyed Our Most Alluring Fruit insightnto the human drives than a drinking party Here Socrates proves his superior capacity to harmonize and rein n his whole human capacity for feeling not merely by displaying his superior discursive prowess but also by drinking every last one of his companions under the table by banuet s end The banuet setting thus seems like a mock ordeal which allows Socrates to reveal his deeper mastery over his animal nature It s the depth of his transformation of his pre rational nature that makes him the better philosopherWhat Socrates shows us s that our longing s the hunger for completion awakened by our growing awareness of finitude It Reitergayschichten I is a drive to transcend the boundaries of our finitude through an effort to establish a relationship to a reality thats registered as being complete than that possessed by the finite self Socrates famous speech on the real nature of love n this dialogue attests to the fact that our desire for sexual love s an offshoot of this primordial drive which US Helicopter Pilot in Vietnam is part and parcel of the structure of consciousnesstself to find our fullest orientation to reality Harry's Bar: The Life Times of the Legendary Venice Landmark in an act of knowing that relates all that we are to a world whichs for the first time experienced as a unity In the growth of our consciousness we first learn to relate body to human body Traces in the Desert: Journeys of Discovery across Central Asia immersing ourselvesn the physical continuum of わたしに××しなさい! 3 [Watashi ni xx Shinasai! 3] interchangesn a game of self forgetful clinging to outward shadows At this level of self development according to Plato s account of the levels of understanding German at a Glance: Phrase Book Dictionary for Travelers in the Republic our relations merely to the shifting outward Blühende Heide images of being Because we cannot conceive the unity of things at this level we fall short of that supreme mark of reality whichs the knowledge of the unity of things Our love at this level thus remains a game of hide and seek played with ourselves as much as with one another But as the power of our minds grows we cannot fail to realize deeper dimensions of our longing to relate We now come to long for a relationship to the real established on the basis of our most characteristic capacity We long to relate to the world on the level of mind and we find that this relation to the world not only takes us deeper Alchemy and Arcana: an Urban Fantasy Novella Collection into the heart of the real Our deepest desires realized Once Upon a Secret: My Affair with President John F. Kennedy and Its Aftermath in the perception of the world on the level of form This level of perception also takes us deepernto ourselves as well as revealing the true basis for relating to one another Our real community Watching Dallas: Soap Opera and the Melodramatic Imagination is a communion of mindsSocrates *proposition to uss that we are selves and lovers to *to us George V's Children is that we are selves and lovers to extent that we realize our true nature as knowers And we attain realization as selves to the extent that we progress from being driven by our shadow loving sexual love to that comprehensive loven us that s wisdom tself The rest of Plato s philosophy s arguably built on this psychology of self realization Plato S Identification Through Socrates s dentification through Socrates Love the Good the Beautiful and the True Brotherhood of Thieves: The Wardens is really the best definition of the most consummate philosophic vision In our highest reasonings Plato s Socrates claims these four things become one Their unionn the actuality of an experience How to Become an It Architect is what we call wisdom the end goal of the whole search that structures our lives from the first awakening of consciousnessn Shaking Behind the Microphone: Overcoming the Fear of Public Speaking infancy Modern philosophy would be differentf we operated under the same definition of reason The greatest proof of Lamikorda its power to mes that even Nietzsche who was Garou Saga: Who's Who Werewolves its most serious critic nonetheless pined for the loss oft It seems that Plato s description of the goal of human development was accurate after all even f t remains only an nescapable regulative deal for philosophic Complete Guide to the TOPIK (advanced) inuiry without ever becoming a stable humanly realizable realityThis dialogues worth reading f only for Alcibiades drunkenly revealing speech expressing Socrates effect on those poor souls like himself whom he manages to convert to his way of life Surely there has been no greater portrait of the psychology of a great philosopher anywhere nor of the effect that such a figure nevitably will have on natures less n tune with the original drive to know that structures human nature But Alcibiades nonetheless proves himself to be Socrates truest disciple even as he Expresses His Frustration At his frustration at nability read unwillingness to follow him to the end Alcibiades poignantly shows what s n store for all of us as soon as we start to take this gig seriously the way that Socrates represents will cleave us nto two warring parts so that we become strangers to our old desires and attachments and strangers Zbogom, dragi Krleža in the world awaiting a new birth It s been less than three years that I ve been Socrates companion and madet my job to know exactly what he says and does each day Before that I simply drifted aimlessly Of course I used to think that what I was doing was Firesoul important butn fact I was the most worthless man on earth as bad as you are this very moment I used to think philosophy was the last thing a man should do In Praise of Love An Encore This Jonathan Franzen: The Comedy of Rage is a dialogue about the human aspiration towards happiness and how that desires best satisfied Plato s overriding concern as a teacher You Are the Rain is how to achieve eudamonia or how to live the good life However thiss as difficult a topic to capture Cycle Style in teaching ast Artscroll Children's Siddur is to achieven action Hence he approaches the topic by defining many peripheral topics by showing various aspects of the good lifeIn The Symposium too the same ultimate uestion s approached t Symposium PlatoThe Symposium Ancient Greek s a philosophical text by Plato dated c 385 370 BC It depicts a friendly contest of extemporaneous speeches given by a group of notable men attending a banuet The men nclude the philosopher Socrates the general and political figure Alcibiades and the comic playwright Aristophanes 1984 1385 160 9642575000 1381 1386 1389 469 399 385. 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I m glad I chose this translation by Robin Waterfield and this publisher Oxford World s Classic the Zachary's Virgin introductions of great help and the text flows easily and Pfaueninsel is very understandable and doesn t feel stiff and suchThis book s subjects a series of speeches praising Love both of sexual and of mind kind the former producing sometimes children the latter creative works and learning the latter s mmortal and superior Torah With Ramban's Commentary Translated, Annotated, And Elucidated: Devarim/Deuteronomy (Artscroll) in author s opinion The book ends with useful notes and a namendex that shines light on the party guests and names popping up n conversations Plato wrote the book between 385 378 BC most likely around 380 BCPlato sets this magined high society dinner part n Athens 416 BC which s told about to others just after the death of one of the guests Alcibades n 404 BC Other guests nclude the comic poet Aristophanes who of course gets the funny hiccups that s cured with sneezing and Plato s teacher Socrates who gets to be the giver of Plato s opinion on the subject Socrates himself gets t from not certain Time Capsule if existed person thats Diotima a wise womanI liked this uote On the other hand Hot Under the Collar ignorant people don t love knowledge or desire wisdom either because the trouble withgnorance Horses is precisely thatf a person lacks virtue and knowledge he s perfectly satisfied with the way he Goblin King is If a personsn t aware of a lack he can t desire the thing which he The Luthier's Apprentice isn t aware of lackingSeven speeches are heard Socrates turn comes at the end but when Alcibades burstsnto the part he gives one speech praising Socrates and clearly showing that to him the mind part of Love Factories in the Field: The Story of Migratory Farm Labor in California is of a stranger he doesn t really get why Socrates rejects his advances Alcibades comes to a bad endn exile murdered by the Persians Socrates as we know from history gets a death sentence having to drink poison But all ends well n this story people leave the party some sleep to the next morning and Socrates goes back to the Lyceum gymnasium and public baths n the morning as usual he has a good alcohol tolerance We get a great dinner party conversation about love that hold surprisingly noble Villa Mendl: Leben und Schicksal der Ankerbrot-Erbin Bettina Mendl interesting thoughts to carry with us to life It has been a long time since I first read The Symposium That was backn university n my freshman year course Sexuality n Literature I admit I found Schlechter Sex 2 it all a bit shocking the open tolerance of sexual relationships between men and boys wasn tt pederasty Even now New Jewish Voices: Plays Produced by the Jewish Repertory Theatre its surprising to find that one of the most nfluential and foundational works on love n Western history The Disability Studies Reader is largely focused on relationships that have often been deemedllegal Imagine what the medieval Europeans would have thought of this work had Sword and Sorceress 24 it not been entirelynaccessible to them n Latin Maybe they would have enjoyed the notion of spiritual Platonic love but I doubt they would have liked Alcibiades ntrusionWell after re reading this little dialogue I can only concur with the verdict of the crowd that this s one of Plato s most perfect works Indeed t The Riptide Ultra-Glide is among the handful of Plato s works thats arguably valuable as literature than as philosophy Plato was a writer Die Sanduhr in perfect control of his craft and even little detail of this short dialogue bursts with life The reader feels asf she Mardi Gras is really there eavesdropping on a bunch of drunken Athenians as they extemporize on loveFurther organizing the dialogue as a seuence of speeches and not as a dialogue between Socrates and annterlocutor effectively reduces the sometimes unpleasant aspect of Plato s works of Socrates forcing his way through an awkward argument as his admirers assent to his every fallacious deduction Plato here shows us a genuine diversity of opinions and styles proving himself a versatile writer His portrayal of Aristophanes Ghetto is particularly charming and memorable a gentle counter to Aristophanes satirical portrayal of Socratesn The Clouds And for anyone who has ever been n love I suspect that Aristophanes little myth will be far resonant than the deal love described by Socrates OPRAH Good evening and welcome to What s the Most Spiritual Book of All Time For people who missed last week s exciting semi final round The Sermon on th Plato s Symposium s of the most loved classics from the ancient world a work consummate beauty as both philosophy and as literature most appropriate since the topic of this dialogue s the nature of love and That Yankee Cat: The Maine Coon includes much philosophizing on beauty In the spirit of freshness I will focus on one verymportant section where Socrates relates the words of his teacher Diotima on the birth of Love explained n the context of myth Following the birth of Aphrodite the other gods were having a feast ncluding Resource the son of Invention When they d had dinner Poverty came to beg as people do at feasts and so she was by the gate Resource was drunk with nectar this was before wine was discovered went Ghost Stories of Washington into the garden of Zeus and fellnto drunken sleep Poverty formed the plan of relieving her lack of resources by having a child by Resource she slept with him and became pregnant with Love So the reason Love became a follower and attendant of Aphrodite American Espionage and the Soviet Target is because he was conceived on the day of her birth also hes naturally a lover of beauty and Aphrodite s beautiful Diotima continues but let s pause here as according to many teachers within the Platonic tradition there are at least two critical points to be made about this passage The first s how love s conceived n the garden of Zeus about this passage The first s how love s conceived The Thinking Beekeeper: A Guide to Natural Beekeeping in Top Bar Hives in the garden of Zeus that s Zeus as mythical personification of Nous or truentellectual understanding In other words for one seeking philosophic wisdom love Urban Legend Detectives Case 4: The Samejima Case is born and exists within the framework of truth and understanding thusn order to have a complete appreciation of the nature of love one must be committed to understanding the nature of truth The second point Die vier Jahreszeiten is how within the Platonic tradition truths linked with beauty Two of my own Plato teachers were adamant on this point citing how modern people who separate beauty from truth can never partake of the wisdom traditions Incidentally these exact two points are made elouently by Pierre Grimes n this video Although I am not a strict Platonist I tend to agree When I encounter people who have sharp minds and are keenly analytical but communicate their deas Kyoko Karasuma Bd. 5 in snide or sarcastic unbeautiful language or aren any way disingenuous or degrading of others I find such behavior very much n bad taste In a very real sense I feel these ndividuals have cut themselves off from the world s wisdom traditions particularly from the Platonic traditionI wanted to focus on this one paragraph to convey a sense of the richness of this magnificent Platonic dialogue One could mine wisdom nuggets from each and every paragraph And yes I get a kick every time I read the speech of Aristophanes featuring those cartwheeling prehumans with four arms and four legs Also two fun facts One reflecting on Alcibiades the history of philosophy records another ncredibly handsome man with a similar great head of curly hair and Full Curly Beard A Man Fortunately With A Much Stronger curly beard a man fortunately with a much stronger the Stoic philosopher and Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius Two Diogenes Laertius reports the Greek philosopher Epicurus also wrote a book with the title Symposium Unfortunately this piece of writing s lost to us Darn I Never Met a Physician Who Wasn t Descended from a GreekThis might just be the work that put the meta at least the metafiction Poetic Machinations: Allegory, Surrealism, and Postmodern Poetic Form in metaphysicsPlato s names attached to In the Shadow of Empires it butts principal focus s Socrates And guess what Socrates doesn t so much elaborate on his own views as 1 recount the views of others especially those of the female philosopher Diotima and 2 ndirectly reveal his views by his conduct and his responses to the views of others especially the taunts of AlcibiadesEven the concept of Platonic Love could possibly be accurately attributed to Socrates but likely to DiotimaIn fact I wonder whether this work proves that the Greek understanding of Love as we comprehend The 101 Dalmatians it actually owes to women than menThe Epismetology of the Word SymposiumDespite being familiar with the word for decades I had nodea that symposium or less literally means a drinking party or to drink togetherIn Socrates time From Pocahontas to Power Suits: Everything You Need to Know about Women's History in America it was like a toga party for philosophersIt s great that this learned tradition was reinvigorated by. The Symposiums a complex piece which s perhaps as widely read as any of Plato's works apart from the Rep. Pomona College n 1953 How appropriate that Pomona was the Roman goddess of fruitful abundance Of course many of us will remember our first experience of a toga party from the film Animal HouseMore recently perhaps Only Say the Word in tribute to the film the concept has transformednto a frat party notice the derivation from the masculine word fraternity which Urban Dictionary defines Sweet Music on Moonlight Ridge ints own nimitable way A sausage fest with douchebag frat boys who let a lot of girls n and hardly any guys so they can slip date rape drugs nto the girls drinks and have sex with them because obviously they can t rely on their charmIf you substitute philosophers for frat boys young boys for young girls and wine and mead for date rape drugs then you have the recipe for The SymposiumAlcohol Free DazeI should mention one other aspect of the plot sorry about the spoiler but the work s 2400 years old today so you ve had enough time to catch up and that s that Socrates appears to have attended two symposia over the course of two consecutive daysIn those days future philosophers were counselled to embrace alternating alcohol free daysIn breach of this medical advice Socrates and his confreres turn up to this Symposium hung over from the previous night As a result there was talking than drinking If this had just been your run of the mill Saturday Night Live Symposium t s uite possible that the legacy of this particular night might never have eventuated Instead we have nherited a tradition of Greek Love Platonic Love Socratic Method and Alcohol Free TutorialsAn Artist n Comedy as Well as TragedyOne last distraction before I get down to LoveIt has always puzzled readers that The Symposium ends with a distinct change of tone as the feathered cocks begin to crow and the sun rises on our slumber party Aristodemus was only half awake and he did not hear the beginning of the discourse the chief thing which he remembered was Socrates compelling the other two to acknowledge that the genius of comedy was the same with that of tragedy and that the true artist The Bewitched Wolf in tragedy was an artistn comedy alsoResearchers at the University of Adelaide now speculate that what Socrates was saying was When you re pissed nobody can tell whether you re serious or jokingThere s still some contention as to whether Socrates was referring to the nebriation of the artist or the audienceAnyway Voodoo Woman ( New Orleans Mysteries it remains for us to determine how serious this Socratic Dialogue on Love should be takenTogas on Hey Ho Let s goThe Mocking Socrates Easy TouchOK so the tale starts with Apollodorus telling a companion a story that he had heard from Aristodemus who had once before narratedt to Glaucon who had Finn (Anderson Billioniares Book 1) in turn mentionedt to the companion are you with me The tale concerns a Symposium at the House of Agathon On the way Socrates drops behind Last Chance Hero in a fit of abstraction thiss before the days of Empiricism and retires Officer Buckle and Gloria into the portico of the neighbouring house from whichnitially he will not stirWhen he finally arrives he Antolog�a Patri�tica is too hung over to drink or talk so he wonders whether wisdom could benfused by touch out of the fuller Political Theory: An Introduction into the emptier man as water runs through wool out of a fuller cupnto an emptier oneAddressing his host he adds If that were so how greatly should I value the privilege of reclining at your sideAs often seems to be the fate of flirts Agathon rebuffs him You are mocking SocratesInstead Two Adventures of Sherlock Holmes its agreed that each of the attendees will regale the withered assembly with their views on LovePhaedrus on ReciprocityPhaedrus speaks of the reciprocity of Love and how What Is Madness? it creates a state of honour between Lover and Beloved A state or army consisting of lovers whose wish was to emulate each other would abstain from dishonor becomenspired heroes eual to the bravest and overcome the worldPhaedrus also asserts that the gods admire honour and value the return of love by the Beloved to his Lover at least This Pagan Heaven in a human sense than the love shown by the Lover for the BelovedParadoxically thiss because the love shown by the Lover Paladin's Redemption is divine because hes nspired by GodI had to have an alcohol free da In this book Socrates argues that t Zum Ruhme Reifer Geister: Eine Flaschenpost Mit Brennrezepten Wunderwassern Und Beschwingten Versen Von Babylon Bis Heute (German Edition) is not always a gooddea to have sex with boys and Aristophanes explains we were once co joined creatures of three sexes either malefemale malemale or femalefemale and were shaped like balls How could anyone not find this a book worth reading Rating 2 of five all for Aristophanes s way trippy remix of the Book of GenesisWhile perusing a review of Death n Venice dreadful tale yet another fag must die rather than love piece of normative propaganda written by my good friend Stephen he expressed a desire to read The Symposium before he eventually re reads this crapulous homophobic maundering deathless work of art As I have read The Symposium with less than stellar results I warned him off Well see below for what happened next Stephen wrote Damncan you do a uick cliff notes summary or maybe a video lecture I would much rather take advantage of your previous suffering than have to duplicate tTHE SYMPOSIUMSo this boring poet *Dude Wins Some Big Ass Prize And *wins some big ass prize and a few buds over for a binge They re all lying around together on couches which Dreamsnake is as promising a start to a story as I can think of when the boys decide to stay sober boo and debate the Nature of LuuuvPhaedrus subject of a previous Socratic dialogue by Plato gives a nice little speech dry as a popcorn fart about how Loves the oldest of the gods and Achilles was younger than Patroclus and Alcestis died of love for her husband and some other stuff I don t remember because I was drifting off and so I got up to see Dark Water: A Siren Novel if I would stay awake better on the patio It was a little nippy that daySo next ups the lawyer I know right Ask a lawyer to talk about love Like asking a priest to talk about honor or a politician to talk about common decency So he pontificates about pederasty for a while which made me uncomfortable so I got up to get some coffee I may have stopped by the brandy bottle on the way back out I can t recallSo after the lawyer tells us when exactly Muse it s okay for a grown man to pork a teenager the doctor chimesn that luuuuuv Silence is the drugt s everything man the whole uuuuuuuniiiiiveeeeeeeeeerse Dr. Koto Vol. 9 is luuuuv Who knew they had hippiesn those days I needed brandy I mean coffee and the text of my ancient Penguin paperback was getting smaller and smaller for some reason so I went to look for the brandy get the magnifying glass so I could see the footnotesThen comes Aristophanes Now seriously this Sworn Sword: A Free Preview is a good bit Aristophanesn Plato s world tells us why we feel whole complete when we re with our true love Once upon a time we were all two bodied and two souled beings all male all female or hermaphroditic When these conjoined twins fell nto disfavor Zeus cleaved them apart souled beings all male all female or hermaphroditic When these conjoined twins fell nto disfavor Zeus cleaved them apart for all eternity to come those souls will wander the earth seeking the other half torn from usNow being Aristophanes Plato plays Lanalphabète qui savait compter it for laughs but thiss really the heart of the piece Plato uite clearly thought this one through Modern French Culinary Art -The Pellaprat of the 20th Century in terms of what makes us humans want and need love It s a bizarre version of Genesis don cha thinkSo there I was glazed over with brandy fog admiration for themagination of this ancient Greek boybanger and I was about to give up and pass out take my contemplations ndoors when the wind riffling the pages a bit caused me to light on an nteresting line I continued with the host s speechNow reallyis there anything on this wide green earth boring than listening to a poet bloviate Especially about luuuuv Blah blah noble blah blah youthful yakkity blah brave snoreThen Sum It Up: A Thousand and Ninety-Eight Victories, a Couple of Irrelevant Losses, and a Life in Perspective it s Socrates s turn and I was hoping Plato gave him some good zingers to make up for the tedium of the preceding sixteen years of my life I mean the previous speech It was a little bit hard to hold the magnifying glass for some reason andt kept getting Escaping the Delta: Robert Johnson and the Invention of the Blues in the way of the brandy bottle I mean coffee thermos COFFEE THERMOSI m not all the way sure what Plato had Socrates say butt wasn t riveting lemme tell ya what I woke up I mean came to ummm that s I resumed full attention when the major studmuffin and hawttie Alcibiades comes n late and drunk and proceeds to pour out his unreuited lust for older uglier Socrates He really gets Cabal into the nitty gritty here talking about worming his waynto the Ublic However the existing standard commentaries n English do not offer much by way of help to any reader.
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