Socrates is a founder of modern philosophy you know
Sokratis footballer they all told us was far too slow
Plato leaned from Socrates and became an equally clever chappie
Holding learned from Sokratis and made the Gooners happy
The Socratic Method is a negative method of hypothesis elimination
The Sokratic method more akin to creative midfielder assassination
Socrates never actually left any writings, others his wisdom relayed
Sokratis always leaves his mark on every striker against whom he played
Socrates claimed that no one is willingly evil and that virtue if all knowledge
Well Sokratis also came from Greece but I think went to a different college
Socrates believed ‘ideals live only in a world the wise man could understand’
Sokratis believes defending ideally, old school, sneaky and underhand
Socrates represented Greece and influenced with philosophical persuasions
Sokratis defends for his nation and has done on 85 occasions
I hope that clears up the confusion
- Descartes’s Evil Demon thought experiment, in which the world might be just an elaborate illusion by an Evil Demon, and how it leads to “I think, therefore I am”
- Plato’s theory of forms, and whether the physical world is indeed the real one.
- Pyrrhonist skepticism, in which you can’t be sure of anything, so it’s best not to make any decisions at all.
Don’t say we don’t teach ya nothin’… 😉
Passionate fifty-something Arsenal supporter who has been making the journey to N5 regularly since the early 1980s – although his first game was in 1976. Always passionate when talking about The Arsenal, Dave decided to send a guest blog to Gunnersphere in the summer of 2011 and has not stopped writing about the Gunners since.
He set up his own site – 1 Nil Down 2 One Up – in February 2012, which he moved on in 2016 to concentrate on freelance writing and building Gunners Town, which he launched with Paul in 2014.
The objective of GT was to be new and fresh and to give a platform for likeminded passionate Arsenal fans wishing to write about their team. Dave still of course, writes for the site himself and advises the ever-changing writing crew.