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17 uses
  • The Chairman is simply condemning in Phaedrus that which he most fears in himself.
    Part 4 (78% in)
  • They depend on technology and condemn it at the same time.
    Part 1 (49% in)
  • This condemnation of technology is ingratitude, that's what it is.
    Part 1 (49% in)
  • Unlike the multitude of romantics who are disturbed about the chaotic changes science and technology force upon the human spirit, Phaedrus, with his scientifically trained classic mind, was able to do more than just wring his hands with dismay, or run away, or condemn the whole situation broadside without offering any solutions.
    Part 2 (23% in)
  • To some extent the romantic condemnation of rationality stems from the very effectiveness of rationality in uplifting men from primitive conditions.
    Part 2 (37% in)
  • Some people still condemn it because it doesn't make 'sense.'
    Part 2 (86% in)
  • Plato vilified them in all his works to grind an axe of his own and since what we know about them is almost entirely from Plato they're unique in that they've stood condemned throughout history without ever having their side of the story told.
    Part 2 (87% in)
  • Students who went along with his rules were then condemned for their inability to be creative or produce a piece of work that reflected their own personal standards of what is good.
    Part 3 (16% in)
  • Now he looks at me with hurt and anger, searching for condemnation from me.
    Part 3 (20% in)
  • Phaedrus began to wonder how all this condemnation of "what you like" ever seemed such a natural objection in the first place.
    Part 3 (33% in)
  • On the other hand, technology based on pure dualistic reason has also been condemned because it obtains these material advantages by turning the world into a stylized garbage dump.
    Part 3 (75% in)
  • Now's the time to stop condemning things and come up with some answers.
    Part 3 (75% in)
  • To understand how he arrived at his condemnation of the Classic Greeks it's necessary to review in summary form the "mythos over logos" argument, which is well known to scholars of Greek and is often a cause of fascination with that area of study.
    Part 4 (24% in)
  • Plato's condemnation of the Sophists is one which many scholars have already taken with great misgivings.
    Part 4 (51% in)
  • We always condemn most in others, he thought, that which we most fear in ourselves.
    Part 4 (61% in)
  • The speech is not an end in itself, but is being used to condemn that same affective domain of understanding it makes its rhetorical appeal to.
    Part 4 (68% in)
  • The passions are characterized as the destroyer of understanding, and Phaedrus wonders if this is where the condemnation of the passions so deeply buried in Western thought got its start.
    Part 4 (68% in)

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