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Sophists apologia.

Chapter I. Sophists sociology.

1.1 The term sophists.
1.2 Sophists as a social group.
1.3 Law and nature: the natural rights theory.
1.4 What kind of people they were. .

Chapter II. Sophists as our contemporaries.

2.1. Sophistry and The Greek Miracle.
2.2.Does the social order always correspond to the technical development?
2.3. The Stage fluctuations theory.
2.4. The role of sophistry in history.

Chapter III. Sophistry as the highest point in the ancient Greek philosophy evolution.

3.1. Sophistry is a qualitative shift in the evolution of philosophy.
3.2. The yearning for the novel and more novel.
3.3. Socrates as a sophist.
3.4. Plato as a sophist.
3.5. Sophistry as Ancient Greek classics.

Chapter IV. The sophists criticism rebuttal.

4.1. Sophistry reflected in the distorting mirror.
4.2. Lets trust Plato!
4.3. Plato and Socrates slandered.
4.4. The groundless nature of a philosophical analysis of sophistry.

Chapter V. Sophistry as the Testament for the generations to come.

5.1. Zeno of Helleas and Anaxagoras, Protagoras immediate predecessor.
5.2. Protagoras ontological system of beliefs.
5.3. Gorgius defending relativism.

Chapter VI. Relativism and its evolution.

6.1. The influence of Protagorean relativism upon Plato and Aristotle.
6.2. The rebuttal of Aristotles criticism od relativism.
6.3. Relativism and the subsequent evolution of philosophy.
6.4. Instead of a conclusion: relativism and the contemporary science.


Relativism as an ontological system of beliefs.

Credo, theses.
Appendix for physicists. On the possibility to experientially prove relativist ontology.
P. S. Remark: On the civilization of ultimate particles and philosopher Zeno Schreddinherrs cats best friend.



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