Do You Understand Greek Philosophy?

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Here's a short quiz just to see if you understand Greek Philosophy. Read the following question and bubble in the answer you think is correct.

  • 1
    Who was the first famous philosopher of Greek Philosophy?
  • 2
    Who was the philosopher who came after the famous Plato or was one of the students of Plato?
  • 3
    Who was one of the students of Socrates?
  • 4
    Where did they live most of the time?
  • 5
    Where were the three famous philosophies that Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle produced?
  • 6
    Who were the three famous Greek philosophers?
  • 7
    What is philosophy?
  • 8
    Did they all open up their own schools?
  • 9
    Who was the famous philosopher that came after Aristotle?
  • 10
    What did Plato do in order to start his own school?

Comments (2)

autorenew

Agree with Phil (62480)
160 days ago
Plato's most famous dialogues likely contain his own (and not Socrates') ideas. For example, recollection, the forms, his definition of justice, three parts of the soul. All together there are four misleading or incorrect question/answers. Also, there is more to ancient Greek philosophy than Socrates-Plato-Aristotle
Phil (57112)
175 days ago
Whoever wrote this quiz does not understand ancient Greek philosophy at all. Examples - the first famous Greek philosopher was Thales, Socrates never had a school (and denied having anything to teach), and there were many famous philosophers after Aristotle (Epicurus, Zeno of Citium, etc.).