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Proceedings of the XXII World Congress of Philosophy

Volume 10, 2008

Ethics

Mao-tang Dai
Pages 547-568
DOI: 10.5840/wcp222008101028

“死”的三重哲学解读
从苏格拉底之死说起 ―读《柏拉图全集》“申辩篇”、“ 斐多篇”有感

The paper has seriously explored the triple meanings of death in western philosophy by taking the instance of Socrates’ death. Comparing to God, the western philosophy emphasizes that death is necessary. Comparing to the materials, the western philosophy emphasizes that death is happy. Comparing to the man, the western philosophy emphasizes that death is independent.