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Sophism is a method of teaching. In ancient Greece, sophists were a category of teachers who specialized in using the techniques of philosophy and rhetoric for the purpose of teaching arete—"excellence" or "virtue"—predominantly to young statesmen and nobility. The practice of charging money for education and providing wisdom only to those who could pay led to the condemnations made by Socrates (as he is portrayed by Plato in his dialogues) as well as Xenophon's Memorabilia. Through works such as these, Sophists were portrayed as "specious" or "deceptive", hence the modern meaning of the term.

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  • سفسطة
  • Sofistica
  • Sofistiek
  • Escola sofística
  • 辯士學派
  • Sophism
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  • La sofistica è una corrente filosofica sviluppatasi nell'antica Grecia, ad Atene in particolare, a partire dalla seconda metà del V secolo a.C., la quale, in polemica con la filosofia della scuola eleatica e avvalendosi del metodo dialettico di Zenone di Elea, pone al centro della sua riflessione l'uomo e le problematiche relative alla morale e alla vita sociale e politica. Non si trattò di una vera e propria scuola né di un movimento omogeneo, ma fu estremamente variegata al suo interno: i suoi esponenti (detti appunto sofisti), seppur accomunati dalla professione di «maestro di virtù», si interessarono di vari ambiti del sapere, giungendo ognuno a conclusioni differenti e a volte tra loro contrastanti. Tra questi emerse, distaccandosene, la figura di Socrate.
  • 辯士學派(sophists),亦稱智者學派、詭辯學派,為公元前5世紀-前4世紀希臘的一批收徒取酬的教師、哲學家之統稱。其基本主張善良、真理、正義都與人本身需要的利益相關,所以沒有絕對的真理與正義,即“相对主义”。代表人物有普羅泰戈拉、希庇亞斯(雅典僭主庇西特拉圖之子)、高爾吉亞等人。
  • 25بك المحتوى هنا ينقصه الاستشهاد بمصادر. يرجى إيراد مصادر موثوق بها. أي معلومات غير موثقة يمكن التشكيك بها وإزالتها. (مارس 2007) السفسطة كما تشير أغلب الكتب هي مذهب فكري-فلسفي نشأ في اليونان إبان نهاية القرن الخامس وبداية القرن السادس ق.م في بلاد الإغريق (اليونان حالياً)، بعد انحسار حكم الأوليغارشية (الأقلية) وظهور طبقة حاكمة جديدة ديمقراطية تمثل الشعب ، وقد ظهر السفسطائيون كممثلين للشعب وحاملين لفكره وحرية منطقه ومذهبه العقلي والتوجه المذكور هذا هو الذي كلفهم كل ما تعرضوا له من هجوم حتى ليصدق القول بأن السفسطائيين كانوا من أوائل المذاهب الفكرية التي تعرضت للتنكيل والنفي والقتل لمجرد كونها تخدم مصلحة الضعفاء والمساكين، فقتل أغلب قادتهم وشرد الباقون، كمثل ما حصل مع هيبياسي، الذي كان من أشهر قادة الديمقراطيين، والذي تعرض فيما بعد للإعدام. وكذلك بروتاجوراس الذي أوكلت إليه مهمة وضع دستور للبل
  • De sofistiek was een filosofische stroming uit de Griekse oudheid. Een sofist is een vertegenwoordiger van de beweging der sofisten, leraren in de filosofie en retorica. Het Griekse woord σοφιστης; sophistés, kan het best vertaald worden als geleerde of deskundige.
  • Os sofistas se compunham de grupos de mestres que viajavam de cidade em cidade realizando aparições públicas (discursos, etc) para atrair estudantes, de quem cobravam taxas para oferecer-lhes educação. O foco central de seus ensinamentos concentrava-se no logos ou discurso, com foco em estratégias de argumentação. Os mestres sofistas alegavam que podiam "melhorar" seus discípulos, ou, em outras palavras, que a "virtude" seria passível de ser ensinada. Protágoras (481 a.C.-420 a.C.) e Górgias (483 a.C.-376 a.C.) estão entre os primeiros sofistas conhecidos.
  • Sophism is a method of teaching. In ancient Greece, sophists were a category of teachers who specialized in using the techniques of philosophy and rhetoric for the purpose of teaching arete—"excellence" or "virtue"—predominantly to young statesmen and nobility. The practice of charging money for education and providing wisdom only to those who could pay led to the condemnations made by Socrates (as he is portrayed by Plato in his dialogues) as well as Xenophon's Memorabilia. Through works such as these, Sophists were portrayed as "specious" or "deceptive", hence the modern meaning of the term.
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