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The Heroic Enthusiasts (gli Eroici Furori): An Ethical Poem,

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Lumières orientales et Orient des Lumières. Éléments pour un dialogue, ed. by Nicole Hatem & Annie Ibrahim. What prompted him write this work, he tells us, was the way in which as small group of free-thinkers had been led to repudiate Islamic Beliefs and neglect the ritual basis of worship as unworthy of their intellectual attainments. C.] too ... called his general education philosophia [meaning what we call Learning (Plato rejects this as too broad in Republic 5.475c-d: a philosopher is not someone who wants to know just any- and every-thing)]." (Zeller, p. 23n) SOCRATES: [The one who] has done his work with a knowledge of the truth [and] can defend his statements when challenged [ought to be designated by a name] that indicates his serious pursuit.

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Publisher: Nabu Press (March 15, 2012)

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