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Similar words: sophistrysophisticatedsophisticationunsophisticatedphilosophizephilosophicalsophismphilosophyMeaning: ['sɒfɪst]  n. 1. any of a group of Greek philosophers and teachers in the 5th century BC who speculated on a wide range of subjects 2. someone whose reasoning is subtle and often specious. 
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1. Many politicians are cunning sophists.
2. Naturally, if I told you to read Plato's Sophist, it is because in it people are far from falling into this One, and Plotinus is here the best reference in order to test it.
3. We must see that the Sophist in commending his wares does not deceive us, like the whole-saler and the retailer who deal in food for the body.
4. The terms "sophist" and "sophistry" have taken on derogatory connotations in modern times.
5. The word " sophist " gradually acquired the connotations of skepticism, ambition and unscrupulous competitiveness which their teaching in fact encouraged.
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6. Asking questions was at the heart of the Sophist approach to learning.
7. Mum is the sophist who teaches you to view and feel the world around and in mind first.
8. It was basically a selfish act, though no doubt a sophist would argue that it was done for the general good.
9. From Cicero and Quintilian and from Aristotles Rhetoric we learn that the Sophist whom Plato has made so ridiculous was a man of note whose writings were preserved in later ages.
10. Huizi integrated the same and the difference to deny the difference of the objective existence. He only emphasized one aspect of thing, and neglected others. So he came down to be a sophist.
11. And for this reason, because Socrates was constantly turning the tables on his confident opponents in argument, he was considered by many Athenians to be just another Sophist.
12. But Plato's Socrates is necessarily poles apart from Aristophanes' Socrates depiction of him as a sort of sophist who makes the weaker argument the stronger.
13. You will understand that it is, in fact, from this dialogue, the Sophist, that Martin starts – I mean, Martin Heidegger- in his restoration of the question of being.
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