Reflections of Philosophy Dann Seol

Unit 1
January 19th:


What are you exited about? What are you worried or concerned about.


Learning how to think philosophically and argue with a broader state of mind. I have no current concerns as of now.


What do you think the phrase, "the unexamined life is not worth living" means?


Life isn't worth living if there isn't anyone along side you throughout it or if no one is there to see your accomplishments and ahcievdments, what is the purpose of life?

January 20th


Read through the Ten Commandments of Philosophy. Then in your journal, rewrite the Ten Commandments in your own words and how they apply to you. (Don't write a paragraph for each one; a simple phrase or statement is fine).


Commandment 1 of Philosophy: Question everything about the wonders of life. Allow it to be flourishing in your life.

Commandment 2 of Philosophy: Be skeptical of everything. Doubt or question everything until the facts prove you wrong. Don't fear to be wrong and go with your gut.

Commandment 3 of Philosophy: Embrace the truth. The truth is what guides us through life.

Commandment 4 of Philosophy: Look at the individual parts of every problem and analyze them carefully.

Commandment 5 of Philosophy: Collect your ideas and build constructive and coherent arguments for a theory or idea.

Commandment 6 of Philosophy: Consider both sides of a argument and approve on your own with that knowledge.

Commandment 7 of Philosophy: Rewrite your argument for we are most likely to be wron somewhere in our arguments. Be ready to reject and revise your arguments.

Commandment 8 of Philosophy: Make everything simple.

Commandment 9 of Philosophy: Don't live in lies. Embrace the truth.

Commandment 10 of Philosophy: Live life with mortality.

January 26th


What is something interesting you learned while researching your period of philosophy?


Our time period was in the period where Greece was starting to crumble as a nation.

January 31st


Who would you have followed






Laozi, mostly because I live my life by "going with the flow."

February 2nd


How do you think Socrates would define "wisdom?"

How can you apply the idea of Socratic Wisdom to your own life?


Wisdom is knowing the full concept of an idea or every idea without any questions or hesitation we know that knowledge is factual. If this isn't possible then accepting that you don't the knowledge would be wisdom. This acceptance can lead to a drive to find the truth.

Socratic Wisdom can be used everyday when learning a new subject, like in school for example. The Socratic Method can clear confusing topics.


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