After reading Meno (http://classics.mit.edu/Plato/meno.html) write a Socratic dialogue. In the dialogue, you will play the part of Meno, and you will be asking your partner, Socrates, about the definition of a key concept. You will then switch roles and reply as Socrates.The quality of the document is dependent upon the emulation of Socratic techniques. The more abstract topics you wish to explore, such as success or progress (or virtue, as in Meno), the more successful the Socratic dialogue will be.Length: 700-1000 wordsRemember, the challenge of a successful Socratic dialogue is as follows:a. The reasoning is inductive. This means that the ‘Socrates’ role does not lecture.b. The reasoning offers a range of rhetorical strategies and/or techniques.c. The topic is one which explores further probing and ambiguity. To discuss the nature of concrete, for example, provides far less information or intrigue than to discuss the nature of honesty, for example.
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