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It exhibits, after all allowance for peculiar Greek sentiments, the rhetorical development of a sophistic thesis.
Her honesty was like pure gold, unalloyed, unmixed with sophistic subterfuges.
Mr. Poste observes in his note: The sophistic locus of tautology may be considered as a caricature of a dialectic locus.
The sophistic theories of Athens of old have been renewed in Central Europe—the individuum is the ultimate aim of education.
This consequence of the Sophistic principles was drawn both by many of the Sophists themselves, and later by the Cyrenaics.
The truth is, that there is no clear distinction between the matter of Dialectic and the matter of Sophistic.
The reaction of the Socratic school against the Sophistic may serve to illustrate the third stage of thinking.
When the age of moral philosophy begins, amidst the unsettlement of the sophistic period, the same protest is taken up by Plato.
Hitherto such writers have confined their view mostly to speculative points, sophistic reasonings, and sarcastic interpellations.
Among the pioneers of the sophistic age Socrates stands apart.
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