35 Burst results for "109"

Celtics pull away in 4th, beat Nets 109-98 for 5th straight

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 weeks ago

Celtics pull away in 4th, beat Nets 109-98 for 5th straight

"Jayson Tatum and Marcus smart each had double doubles as the Celtics pulled away in the fourth quarter to beat the nets one O 9 98. Tatum delivered 20 points and 11 rebounds, while smart had 16 points in ten assists. Malcolm Brogdon also scored 16 for the Celtics who pulled away with a 12 two run in the fourth quarter. We just pick up the page, tried to push it a little bit, even if we didn't get a transition bucket. You know, we got multiple pain attacks and by 15 seconds on the shot clock we're getting an open shot. Kyrie Irving led all scores with 24 points for the nets who had won 18 of their previous 20. I'm Dave ferry.

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Murray, Jokic lead charge as Nuggets beat Lakers 122-109

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 weeks ago

Murray, Jokic lead charge as Nuggets beat Lakers 122-109

"The nuggets had their way with the shorthanded Lakers winning one 22 one O 9. Coach Michael Malone loves the way his team is dominating on its home floor to winner. I think 11 straight at home is terrific. And I know they were depleted, but I felt we had a lot of guys step up. So Goodwin and we'll get ready for Phoenix. Jamal Murray led all scores with a season high 34 points, and Nikola Jokić notched a triple double despite taking only 5 shots. LA was without 5 regulars, including LeBron James and Anthony Davis. Bruce Morton, Denver

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The New Crypto Policy Blueprint With Kristin Smith

CoinDesk Podcast Network

01:57 min | Last month

The New Crypto Policy Blueprint With Kristin Smith

"All right guys, today as I mentioned, my interviews with Kristen Smith, who leads the blockchain association in Washington, D.C.. Blockchain association is a member organization with more than 100 members advocating for better public policy around crypto. They, as you might imagine have had a very active year. And in this conversation, we talk about just how different 2022 ended up from where it started. We also get into what the real state of play is around crypto politics and what the blueprint for crypto's D.C. efforts are post SPF. All right, Kristen, welcome to the breakdown. How are you doing? It's great to be here. Excited for 2023. With much understatement. So no, I'm really excited to get your take on how this year has evolved. I think you've been kind of a firsthand witness to a lot of changes in terms of crypto and where crypto sits in the D.C. arrangement. I guess just for folks who aren't familiar with you or your work, just get a quick background on what you do and what the blockchain association is would be great. Yeah, so my name is Kristen. I run the blockchain association and we are a trade association based in Washington D.C. that focuses primarily on federal public policy issues. So we have a 109 member companies and we work with these companies to develop public policy positions. And then we go lobby Congress to enact these positions. We work with the regulatory agencies and then sometimes we get involved in different litigation matters that could have a public policy outcome. So really whatever means is available. Also, as a part of this, we do a lot of education with policymakers because this is obviously very complicated space. So we've been around for about four and a half years. We have, I think, up to 16 or 17 people on the team right now and our sole focus is to get good public policy for the crypto industry.

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Moritz Wagner powers Magic past NBA-leading Celtics 117-109

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

Moritz Wagner powers Magic past NBA-leading Celtics 117-109

"The Orlando Magic when their 5th straight game and only their second road win of the season with a one 17 one O 9 victory over the Boston Celtics. Magic forward Paulo peno scored 13 of his 20 points in the first, including ending the quarter with a buzzer beater. That was going to kind of put us over as a team, you know? Because we were on a four game streak, but it was all at home. We only won one game on the road all year. So we felt like this was the game to kind of prove to ourselves that we're rolling right now. And so yeah, we're proud of ourselves. The Celtics were lit by Jason Tina, who scored 31, but was held to just 11 points over the final 31 minutes, with the loss the Celtics have now dropped three of their last four games. Great katzie, Boston.

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Edwards sparks Towns-less T-wolves, 109-101 over Grizzlies

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00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Edwards sparks Towns-less T-wolves, 109-101 over Grizzlies

"The Timberwolves were winners in their first game since Carl Anthony town suffered a calf injury, defeating the grizzlies by a one O 9 one O one final. Anthony Edwards scored 29 points to help Minnesota into three game losing streak. Jalen Noel delivered 24 points off the bench and D'angelo Russell had 15 points in ten assists. The wolves forced a season high 27 turnovers and one despite being out rebounded 59 29. John morant scored 24 points and jaren Jackson junior had 16 points and 11 rebounds for the grizzlies. I'm Dave ferry

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Timberwolves hang on, top undermanned 76ers 112-109

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

Timberwolves hang on, top undermanned 76ers 112-109

"The Timberwolves got the early jump and held off a late 76ers rally for a one 12 one O 9 win Minnesota jumped on early 11 point lead in the first quarter then used a 16 two second quarter run to push that lead to 20 after Philadelphia put the within one late in the fourth quarter Anthony Edwards sealed the win with a pair of free throws Edwards finished with 25 points for the simple wolves who even their records are 8 and 8 Joel embiid had a game high 32 for the sixers Michael luongo Philadelphia

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Celtics hit 20 3s, beat Pelicans 117-109 in 9th straight win

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00:33 sec | 2 months ago

Celtics hit 20 3s, beat Pelicans 117-109 in 9th straight win

"The Celtics long-range shooters were on target in their 9th win in a row One 17 one O 9 versus the pelicans Boston was 20 or 46 from three point range with Derek white firing up 6 trays I feel good I'm getting good looks and I'm just showing it And making himself he's got to continue to put in the work Jaylen Brown delivered 27 points in ten rebounds White had 26 points and Jayson Tatum had a 19 points in ten assists New Orleans entered a three game winning streak despite Brandon Ingram who hit a season high 5 trays and finished with 25 points I'm Dave fairy

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Embiid scores season-best 42 points, 76ers top Hawks 121-109

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 2 months ago

Embiid scores season-best 42 points, 76ers top Hawks 121-109

"The 7 8 sixers got a big effort from senator Joel embiid in a one 21 one O 9 win over the hawks and B scored a Philadelphia's first ten points in the game He finished with 14 first quarter points his basket early in the third pushed on the 27th after Atlanta pulled the within ten late in the third and they got a basket and free throw to put the lead back up to 13 and be finished with a game high 42 points Trey young had 27 for the hawks Michael luongo Philadelphia

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Seahawks win 4th straight, beat struggling Cardinals 31-21

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00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Seahawks win 4th straight, beat struggling Cardinals 31-21

"Gino Smith and Kenneth walker the third led the Seahawks offense in a 31 21 victory against the Cardinals Smith proved for 275 yards and two touchdowns as Seattle improved to 6 and three with its fourth win in a row I think we responded great as a team Going three straight drives finishing with touchdowns long drives tough drives Walker ran for 109 yards and two scores giving the Seahawks balance and helping them wipe out a 1410 deficit in the second half Seattle sacked Kyler Murray four times and held Arizona to 262 total yards I'm Dave ferry

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Jaguars rally from 17-0 deficit to beat Raiders 27-20

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Jaguars rally from 17-0 deficit to beat Raiders 27-20

"Travis Etienne ran for two touchdowns while the Jaguars were erasing a 17 point deficit to beat the Raiders 27 20 ET and finished with 109 yards for his third consecutive 100 yard game helping Jacksonville end a 5 game losing streak Trevor Lawrence completed 25 of 31 passes for 235 yards and a touchdown Every phase played a partner I think that's what makes it great too It's not like the offensive defense had to carry us for this one It was just everybody playing together Nobody panicked Derek Carr was 22 of 37 passing for 266 yards With both TD passes to Davante Adams I'm Dave ferry

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Butler takes over late, Heat rally past Warriors 116-109

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00:17 sec | 3 months ago

Butler takes over late, Heat rally past Warriors 116-109

"The heat came on strong down the stretch to defeat Golden State one 16 one O 9 Miami closed with a 12 to two run going up for good at one 12 one O 9 with one 48 to go on Jimmy Butler's three point play The heat's max stross came off the bench to lead all scores with 24

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Siakam scores 20 as Raptors beat slumping 76ers 119-109

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00:36 sec | 3 months ago

Siakam scores 20 as Raptors beat slumping 76ers 119-109

"Gary Trent junior scored a season high 27 points in Pascal siakam had a double double as the raptors dealt the 76ers their fourth loss in 5 games this season One 19 one O 9 Siakam delivered 20 points and matched a career high with 13 assists while playing against Joel embiid I'm always going to go off my respect That's it I put the work in And yeah I'm never going back down from anybody He was four of 8 from three point range while Trent was 5 for ten Toronto was 16 of 37 from beyond the arc overall and beat in tyrese maxi each scored 31 points for the sixers I'm Dave ferry

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Durant breaks late tie with 3, Nets top Raptors 109-105

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00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Durant breaks late tie with 3, Nets top Raptors 109-105

"The nets overcame Pascal siakam's triple double and even their record at one and one with a one O 9 one O 5 win over the raptors Kyrie Irving scored a team high 30 points after shooting 6 for 19 in Brooklyn season opening loss to the pelicans I think tonight we just knew we had to settle in play hard and just let the game come to us and down the stretch go in That's really what it's about go taking wins Kevin Durant dropped in 27 points including a tie breaking three pointer with 56 seconds remaining The raptors fell to one and one despite sea occam's 37 points 13 rebounds and 11 assists I'm Dave ferry

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What Is Charlie's Take on Juneteenth?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:15 min | 7 months ago

What Is Charlie's Take on Juneteenth?

"I saw that turning point USA is not having off as a federal holiday for Juneteenth. Why is that? What is your perspective on Juneteenth? So last year we came out pretty, let's just say publicly against the idea of making Juneteenth a federal holiday. And it's rather clever by the left, you have to admit, Juneteenth, as it is properly understood, of course, is something worthy of appreciation. It is the day the news of Emancipation reached Texas and that news started to spread. That is not at all what's going on here. Let's stop being naive. Let's stop looking at things as they tell them as they are and really what's going on here. What's really going on here is a BLM holiday to try to focus on alleged systemic racism to resurrect a propaganda campaign to try and focus on racial differences and to try and have a point of reference right before July 4th, by the way, intentionally summertime holiday. To have the worst people you could imagine, ibram X kendi being one of them. And Robin diangelo and Nicole Hannah Jones give them a day where they could become incredibly relevant to talk about, well, yeah, of course, Juneteenth was nice, but really we're more racist than ever. That's the exactly the wording they're going to use. It's like, oh yeah, whatever Juneteenth day that what's really going on is Juneteenth is the show that look at systemic racism and inequality and inequity. And some Republicans will say, oh, no, no, you know, Juneteenth is a conservative day because it's about the freeing of slaves. Of course, if we weren't talking about another political movement that wants us to try to have a federal holiday where they can corrupt the American flag done, Tempe Arizona, they took down all the American flags and put up BLM Juneteenth flags and then have an unnecessary unhelpful entire massive propaganda campaign that will be happening on TikTok on Twitter on Facebook on Instagram. All about how races are country is.

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How Should Parents Push Back Against the Vaccine for Toddlers?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | 7 months ago

How Should Parents Push Back Against the Vaccine for Toddlers?

"Charlie, I have very serious reservations about giving the vaccine in my two year old son. But I know my pediatrician will likely recommend it now that the FDA has approved. What are your thoughts? Is there anyone pushing back against this? So look, I just want to reiterate that vaccine companies have pushed this on a little kids because they want to get it onto the official childhood schedule vaccination schedule for liability protection. Similar to the WHO story that we've talked about and covered in great detail, states can push back against this and there is one governor who is pushing back against this. It is governor Ron DeSantis. Governor Ron DeSantis is pushing back against the bio medical corporate pharma fascist regime. And saying, this is the line. We're not going to do this. There is no reason whatsoever. To inoculate 6 month to 5 year olds. Against a virus that they are not dying from. You are injecting a gene therapy that is called a vaccine. Doctor Cole is just in our program and he walked through all the risks associated with it. We've had doctor Malone do the same thing. Doctor McCullough do the same thing. And Ron DeSantis is saying, I'm not just going to keep on going along for the next thing. We're not just going to keep on falling for the phase three experimental gene therapy. Now if you got vaccinated and if you believe in the vaccine, fine. That's your choice. But we're talking about children that don't have a choice. And some parents are going to be pressured by doctors by institutions, to give a vaccine against a virus that does not pose a significant risk for them.

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What Values Is America Exporting Around the World?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 7 months ago

What Values Is America Exporting Around the World?

"Where we celebrated Top Gun the original, where we were proud to be an American, and we were proud of the values we represented around the world. Now we have BLM flags and pride flags flying at embassies across the world. We have an assault on traditional values. How do we stop America from exporting this poison to the rest of the world? I can't believe I'm asking that is a proud patriot, but what do we have to do now to save the world from ourselves? Jerry from Washington. It's a very insightful and wise question. This is one of the reasons why I tell everyone to be careful about America meddling in other countries affairs. When they say we are going to bring American values to Ukraine, what do they mean by that? They mean a an abortion clinic on every corner. They mean they want to bring sex education to 9 year olds. They want to make sure drag queens are in Kyiv. They want to put BLM flags on embassies. U.S. embassies across the world are going to be flying Black Lives Matter flags. Secretary blinken authorizing U.S. embassies to fly BLM flags for Juneteenth. Yes, the very same BLM that burned and looted and unfortunately had murder burn loot murder BLM. During Floyd of palooza, that's that probably illegally embezzled funds and lied about it on their nonprofit forms. But they get to have their flags flown from our embassies. When they say they want to bring American values to other countries, they're talking about left wing radical ideas and values. The idea is that

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Doncic, Mavs avoid sweep with 119-109 win over Warriors

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00:36 sec | 8 months ago

Doncic, Mavs avoid sweep with 119-109 win over Warriors

"The Dallas Mavericks staved off elimination defeating Golden State one 19 one O 9 so now the warriors lead the series three games to one with game 5 back in San Francisco on Thursday Man's led by 15 and a half time extended that lead to 29 after three warriors rallied to get within 8 late in the fourth but the mass held on for the win May I shot 50% from the field hit 20 or 43 trays Luka Dončić led the Mavs with 30 points 14 rebounds 9 assists during Finney Smith had 23 Reggie Bullock 18 while Golden State was led by Seth and curry with 20 Bob Stephens Dallas

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 Wiggins, Warriors dunk Mavericks 109-100 for 3-0 series lead

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00:31 sec | 8 months ago

Wiggins, Warriors dunk Mavericks 109-100 for 3-0 series lead

"Steph Curry and Andrew Wiggins carried the warriors to a one O 9 100 victory and a three games to none lead over the Mavericks in the Western Conference Finals Curry delivered 31 points 11 assists and 5 rebounds for Golden State which pulled away in the third quarter Wiggins added 27 points grabbed 11 rebounds and posterized Luka Dončić on a dunk The Mavs lost despite Dončić who pumped in 40 points and had 11 boards Spencer Dinwiddie scored 26 points off the bench and jaylen Brunson chipped in 20 for the Mavericks game four is Tuesday in Dallas

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"109" Discussed on The History of Ancient Greece

The History of Ancient Greece

05:16 min | 11 months ago

"109" Discussed on The History of Ancient Greece

"Continues that although the soul may outlast certain bodies and may continue to exist after certain deaths. It may eventually grow so weak and dissolve entirely at some point. Therefore, it may be that the next death is the one after which the soul ultimately collapses and exists no more. After hearing the arguments of his two friends, Socrates then proceeds to give his fourth and final proof for the immortality of the soul by showing that the soul is immortal in the cause of life. He begins by saying that if there's anything beautiful other than absolute beauty, it is beautiful, only insofar as it partakes of absolute beauty. Consequently, as absolute beauty is a form, and so is life than anything which has the property of being animated with life, participates in the form of life. As an example, he uses the number three. He says, quote, will the number three not endure annihilation or anything sooner than be converted into an even number while remaining three. End quote. Forms then will never become their opposite. As the soul is that which renders the body living and that the opposite of life is death, it's so follows that the soul will never become the opposite of what it always brings. That which does not admit death is said to be immortal. Socrates thus concludes quote than cabe's beyond question, the soul is immortal and imperishable, and our souls will truly exist in another world. Once dead, my soul will go to Hades and be in the company of departed men better than those who might leave behind. End quote. Basically Socrates is arguing and is comforted by the fact that upon death, his soul will dwell amongst those who were true philosophers like himself. After relaying this philosophical discussion, fader then tells about the final moments of the great philosopher's life. Socrates shortly thereafter drank the infamous hemlock. The preferred method of execution for the Athenians, as it affected the central nervous system, leading to muscular paralysis and a swift death..

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"109" Discussed on The History of Ancient Greece

The History of Ancient Greece

04:19 min | 11 months ago

"109" Discussed on The History of Ancient Greece

"He then goes on to show using examples of relationships such as a sleep awake and hot cold. That things which have opposites come to be from their opposite. For example, one falls asleep after having been awake. And after having been asleep, he awakens. Things that are hot come from being cold and vice versa. Ultimately, Socrates gets cabe to conclude the dead are generated from the living through death, and that the living is generated from the dead through birth. The souls of the dead must exist in some place for them to be able to return to life. However, Chevy's notice is a flaw in Socrates argument. And interrupts him to point this out. Quote, Socrates, your favorite doctrine that are learning is simply recollection. If true, also necessarily implies a previous time in which we have learned what we now recollect. But this would be impossible unless our soul had been somewhere before existing in this form. Here then is another proof of the souls immortality. End quote. And so Socrates the second argument, the theory of recollection shows that it is possible to draw information out of a person who seems not to have any knowledge of a subject prior to his being questioned about it. This person must have gained this knowledge in a prior life and is now merely recalling it from memory. Since the person Socrates a story is able to provide correct answers to his interrogator. It must be the case that his answers are rose from recollections of knowledge, gained during a previous life. In Socrates third argument for the immortality of the soul, the so called affinity argument. He shows that the soul most resembles that which is invisible and divine. In the body resembles that which is visible in mortal. From this, it is concluded that while the body may be seen to exist after death in the form of a corpse, as the body is immortal. The soul, which is divine, must outlast the body. And so to be truly virtuous during life is the quality of a great man who will perpetually dwell as a soul in the underworld. However, those who were not virtuous during life and so favored the body and pleasures, pertaining exclusively to it. Their soul is, quote, polluted and impure at the time of its departure, and is the companion and serving of the body always. And is in love with and bewitched by the body and by the desires and pleasures of the body until it has led to believe the truth only exists in a bodily form, which a man may touch and see and drink and eat and use for the purposes of his lusts..

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"109" Discussed on The History of Ancient Greece

The History of Ancient Greece

03:32 min | 11 months ago

"109" Discussed on The History of Ancient Greece

"Expresses confusion as to why they should hasten to follow Socrates to death. Socrates then states, quote, he, who has the spirit of philosophy, will be willing to die. But he will not take his own life, end quote. Caves raises his doubts as to why suicide is prohibited. And he asks, quote, why do you say that a man ought not to take his own life? But that the philosopher will be ready to follow one who is dying. Socrates replies that although death is the ideal home of the soul, one should not commit suicide, except when it becomes necessary because we possess no actual ownership of our bodies. They are the property of the gods, where Socrates puts it. The gods are our guardians, and we men are a chattel of theirs. Socrates continues that although suicide is prohibited in a higher sense, the philosopher should still seek to rid himself of the body and to focus solely on things concerning the soul because the body is an impediment to the attainment of truth. Of the senses failings, Socrates says the simmias, quote, did you ever reach the truths with any bodily sense? And I speak not of these alone, but of absolute greatness and health and strength and in short of the reality or true nature of everything is the truth of them ever perceived through the bodily organs, or rather, is not the nearest approach to the knowledge of their several natures made by him who so orders his intellectual vision as to have the most exact conception of the essence of each thing he considers. End quote soccer teas then argues that the philosopher if he loves true wisdom and not the passions and appetites of the body. Except that he can come closest to true knowledge and wisdom and death. As he is no longer confused by the body and the senses. In life, the rational and intelligence functions of the soul are restricted by bodily senses of pleasure, pain, Sight & Sound. But death is a Rite of purification from the infection of the body. And so as the philosopher practices death, his entire life, he should greet at amicably and not be discouraged upon its arrival because since the universe that the gods created for us in life is essentially good. Why would death be anything but a continuation of this goodness? Death is a place where people and wiser gods rule and where the noblest souls exist. Quote, and therefore, so far as that is concerned, I not only do not grief, but I have great hopes that there are something in store for the dead. Something better for the good than for the wicket. End quote. For Socrates, the soul attains virtue when it is purified from the body. Quote, he who has got rid as far as he can, of eyes and ears, and so to speak, of the whole body. These being in his opinion distracting elements when they associate with the soul. Hinder him from acquiring truth and knowledge. Who, if not, he is likely to attain to the knowledge of true being. Cabe's concedes these points of Socrates, but he still voices his fear that when the soul leaves the body, it will go nowhere, but instead perish and come to immediate end. Dispersing and vanishing away into nothingness. In order to alleviate kepis worry, Socrates introduces his first argument for the immortality of the soul, which is often called the cyclical argument. It supposes as the soul must be immortal since the living come from the dead. Socrates argues, quote, now if it is true that the living comes from the dead, then our souls must exist in the other world, for if not. How could they have been born again?.

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"109" Discussed on The History of Ancient Greece

The History of Ancient Greece

05:25 min | 11 months ago

"109" Discussed on The History of Ancient Greece

"He then says, quote, so then consider very carefully whether we have this view in common and whether you agree. And let this be the basis of our deliberation that neither to do wrong nor to return or wrong is ever right. Not even to injure in return for an injury received. When one has come to an agreement that it is just with someone, should one fulfill it or cheat on it. Essentially, Socrates lays out three principles. The principle of justice in which one ought never to willingly do wrong. The principle of non retaliation in which one ought never to return wrong for wrong. And the principle of just agreements, in which one ought always to fulfill an uphold just agreements. As Socrates then points out, the questions now are, by escaping, would he be harming Athens in its laws, would wrong in the state be an injustice, even if in reaction to an injustice. And would he not be fulfilling his adjust agreement and social contract with Athens and its laws? To solve these questions, Socrates creates a personification of the laws of Athens and speaks to their point of view, which would be to defend the state and its decision against him. According to Socrates, the laws would argue that without respect for their rules, a state can not exist. They would criticize crito for believing that he and every other citizen had the right to brush off court judgments. As only chaos could ensue. In this hypothetical, crypto argues that he does not oppose the entire law, but only a wrong judgment to which Socrates asks what right he has to critique his hometown, whose legal system he would undermine with this behavior. In response, Socrates is reminded and has to refute the basis of his existence. That the existence of the estate allowed his father to marry his mother, and thanks to this, he was born in educated..

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"109" Discussed on The History of Ancient Greece

The History of Ancient Greece

05:29 min | 11 months ago

"109" Discussed on The History of Ancient Greece

"In doing so, Socrates says that since he never was a paid teacher, he is not responsible for the corruption of any Athenian citizen. Then he asks, quote, if I corrupted anyone, why have they not come forward to bear witness? If the corrupted Athenians are ignorant of having mint corrupted, then why have their families not spoken on their behalf? End quote. In a matter of fact tone, Socrates then points out relatives of the Athenian youth who he has supposedly corrupted and who are present in court to give him their support. Socrates finishes by bucking another Athenian norm and refusing to conform to the expected behavior of a defendant on trial for a capital crime. Typically, a speechwriter would present the defendant as a good man who had been wronged by a false accusation, and oftentimes there would be weeping and pleading and parading of his children in front of the jury. But Socrates concludes his legal defense by reminding the judges that he shall not resort to a mode of tricks and arguments that he shall not cry in public and that his three sons will not appear in court to pathetically sway the judges. Socrates says that he relies solely upon sound argument and truth to at trial. Surprisingly, despite his tone, the likely 501 citizens who made up the jury were split on what to do. According to Plato, he lost his case by about 30 votes. So the outcome theoretically was something like two 66 to two 35. With his conviction, the standard Athenian legal procedure then required the jury to vote on a punishment. The prosecution, in this case, had proposed that they were seeking the death penalty. Under Athenian law, if one is found guilty of a crime and awaiting a death sentence, he was required to propose an alternative sentence instead. Nonetheless, it seems that Socrates is accusers had expected him to propose exile. And they would have been quite content to see him leave town rather than be executed..

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"109" Discussed on The History of Ancient Greece

The History of Ancient Greece

04:16 min | 11 months ago

"109" Discussed on The History of Ancient Greece

"And that he openly converses with an averting inner voice, which he calls his daemon, or divine power. It doesn't show him the future necessarily, but it sort of regulates his behavior by speaking to him when he is about to make a mistake. In another of Plato's dialogs, titled phaedrus. Socrates says that he considers this a form of divine madness. Although we would probably call this our intuition, Socrates characterizes this phenomenon as divine, mysterious, and independent of his own thoughts. Socrates then says that everyone who believes there are human activities must believe that there are humans or musical activities that there are musicians and so forth. Likewise, everyone who believes in divine activities, like as daemon, must believe that there are divinities. In addition, he says that the spirits must be either gods or the offspring of gods. And since no one believes in flutes playing without flute players or on horses offspring without horses, Socrates could not believe in the offspring of gods without believing in the gods themselves. Therefore, Socrates must believe that there are gods. Socrates next addresses the topic of death, proclaiming in court, quote, to fear death, my Friends, is only to think ourselves wise without really being wise, for it is to think that we know what we do not know. For no one knows whether death may not be the greatest good that can happen to a man. But men fear it as if they knew quite well that it was the greatest of evils. End quote. Essentially, Socrates is saying that his wisdom is in being aware that he is ignorant illness, as well as other topics. He then defiantly states that he will continue to philosophize over conforming to society's expectations, no matter the costs, because he must choose service to the divine who has appointed him on this mission. In regard to a citizen's obedience to authority, Socrates says that a lawful authority either human or divine should always be obeyed..

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"109" Discussed on The History of Ancient Greece

The History of Ancient Greece

04:23 min | 11 months ago

"109" Discussed on The History of Ancient Greece

"A close friend of Socrates, who did in fact attend the trial. On the other hand, because Plato likely was in the courtroom at the time, scholars tend to give more credence to his version. Though, as we mentioned earlier, Plato's representation of the historical Socrates is not without its faults either. Therefore, both should be viewed with caution. The two writers seem more concerned about answering questions that arose after the trial than about the actual charges themselves. Particularly in addressing why Socrates failed to get an acquittal. Xenophon asserts that Socrates dealt with his prosecution and then exceedingly arrogant manner, or at least was perceived to have spoken arrogantly. Any frame Socrates is defense, not as a failure to effectively argue aside, but because he ultimately strived for the outcome of death. Conversely, while not omitting it completely, Plato worked to temper that arrogance. And so he portrays a Socrates who attempts to demonstrate a higher moral standard and to teach a lesson. This place is Socrates in a higher moral position than his prosecutors in order to absolve him of his blame. Still, both portray a defiant man who has mega liguria or boastful manner of speaking, and who held disregard for the charges against him. The feelings of the jury and court protocol. He even refused the use of a speechwriter, which was standard in ancient Athens, as they had no professional lawyers. At the time, lysias was among the most highly sought after, and therefore highly paid. But as he admired Socrates deeply, he had offered his services free of charge. Socrates, though, refused his help, and instead chose to defend himself in court. In his opening remarks the jury and Plato's apology, Socrates sets the tone for his forthcoming defense. By saying that he will not stoop to using sophistic language. Meaning carefully arranged ornate words and phrases. But will speak plainly and the manner he uses in the Agora. He maintains that he simply speaks the truth, which is his normal manner of speaking. I am not an accomplished speaker at all, unless indeed they call an accomplished speaker, the man who speaks the truth. End quote. He continues by stressing that only the truth should matter my present request seems adjust.

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"109" Discussed on The History of Ancient Greece

The History of Ancient Greece

05:08 min | 11 months ago

"109" Discussed on The History of Ancient Greece

"Said is difficult to accept as the truth. After claiming to know and be able to tell more astonishing divine stories, euthyphro spends little time and effort, defending the conventional Greek view of the gods. Instead, he has finally led to the true task at hand as Socrates forces him to confront his own ignorance by pressing either fro to the main argument of their dialog. The definition of piety. In doing so, he offers Socrates four definitions, but flaws are found with each. Euthyphro gives as his first definition of piety. That which he is doing now, referring to his prosecution of his father, the wrongdoer, for manslaughter, while impiety is failing to prosecute him. But Socrates rejects youth of rose's proposal because it is the wrong kind of answer. He did not ask for an example of things that are pious and empire. But rather, he wants to know what form makes pious actions pious and impious one's impious. For Socrates, only a particular kind of definition as an adequate answer to a what is so and so question. And any such definition must accurately describe the nature or essence of the thing in question. And so ethereal gives it another try. His second definition is that piety is what is pleasing to the gods. An impiety then is what displeases them. Socrates applauds this definition because it attempts to specify the essence of piety, but then criticizes it for being subjective because even the gods disagree among themselves as to what is pleasing and displeasing to each. There are things that one God considers just fine or good. Whereas others consider it unjust, foul or bad. This means that a given action disputed by the gods could be both pious and empire at the same time. A logical impossibility. Euthyphro pushes back against Socrates as criticism by noting that not even the gods would disagree among themselves that someone who kills without justification should be punished. Yet Socrates argues that disputes would still arise over just how much justification actually existed. Hence, the same action could be pious and impious. Therefore, euthyphro a second definition of piety fails to specify that one thing, which is characteristic of all and only pious things. Euthyphro then gives his third definition of piety..

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"109" Discussed on The History of Ancient Greece

The History of Ancient Greece

04:55 min | 11 months ago

"109" Discussed on The History of Ancient Greece

"He eventually got back into the public's good graces by playing a major role in the overthrow of the 30. As he served as thoracic bolus right hand man. It has also been suggested, based in part on interpretations of Plato's dialog meno, that a knight is personally blamed Socrates for corrupting his own son. It seems that a knight has been grooming his son for a life in politics until the boy became interested in Socrates as teachings and abandoned his political pursuits. In addition, xenophon tells us that infrequent the symposia of Socrates, and itis son became a drunkard. Ultimately, in three 99 BC, mellitus lycon in an itis, registered an official accusation against Socrates. However, the Amnesty law prohibited them from prosecuting him for what they really wanted, which was teaching a way of life that created both alcibiades and critias. So they had to get creative in order to mask their personal and political motives. What they settled on dealt with a concept of individual behavior, known as yusa, which is often translated as piety, but more closely resembles duty or loyalty to a course. And refusing to conform to the social proprieties prescribed by yuce. Socrates angered many of the more important men in the city, who could rightfully accuse him of breaking the law by violating these customs. Mellitus filled the formal charges and swore to his statement before the arkan vase. The magistrate with mostly religious duties. He considered the evidence and determined that there was justification for an actionable case. And so Socrates was formally charged with two counts of a sebia or impiety. For not believing in the gods of the city. And for introducing new gods. And one count of morally corrupt in the Athenian youth. Piety is often closely associated with sacrilege, though, like in this case, it is not necessarily a physical action. Essentially, Socrates was accused of undermining the official religion by not giving the proper respect for something considered sacred. And for corrupting the minds of the Athenian youth, with his teachings and methodology. Despite the fact that Athenian law did not specify precisely what offenses constituted impiety, it ranked as an extremely serious crime, because the gods were believed to punish the entire city state. If they allowed it to go unpunished. The Greek city states had no constitutional principles, separating church and state or protecting free speech. In fact, we've already seen how charges have impiety were used for political purposes against two of pericles's closest associates and acts agoras and aspasia. And against alcibiades. Whatever the case, Socrates would have to stand for a trial by jury against these three charges. Plato's euthyphro occurs weeks before Socrates trial and begins in the Agora near the court of the arkon vase..

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"109" Discussed on The History of Ancient Greece

The History of Ancient Greece

03:56 min | 11 months ago

"109" Discussed on The History of Ancient Greece

"And in which a volatile assembly was swayed this way and that by a rhetorical displays. He believed that the average person wasn't intelligent or thoughtful enough to govern, because genuine knowledge is possessed by only a few. So he constantly asked why should most people, that is the majority. Make the life and death decisions that affect the polis. His insistence on asking this question need not be taken as an implication that he wanted decisions made by a minority though. It is also hard to say whether he opposed the democracy and would have liked to see a different regime instituted Athens. As it could be the case that had he lived under a monarchy or an oligarchy. Those would have been the governments that he spent his time undermining. Socrates held only public office once in his life. And by chance, he served as the epistasis of the ecclesia on the day of the trial for the generals that arga nusi and four O 6 BC. Alone among the britannias, Socrates held fast in his position that he would do nothing that was contrary to the law, and refused to put some illegal measure to a vote. As we discussed in episode one O 6, he did not have a role for either side and the oligarchic revolutions of the wars last year's. But one of his former students, critias, was chief among them as the de facto leader of the 30 tyrants. Since critias had been his student and since Socrates remained in the city through this entire period, the public later would come to associate him with the 30. During the period of democratic restoration, from four O three to three 99 BC. Without an empire to manage, the Athenians had a lot of downtime on their hands. Also, decades of war followed by months of terror under the 30, had taken a heavy toll. And there was no lack of people eager to assign blame for Athens post war problems..

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"109" Discussed on The History of Ancient Greece

The History of Ancient Greece

04:50 min | 11 months ago

"109" Discussed on The History of Ancient Greece

"Despite the play, it says as much about Socrates character that he and aristophanes apparently remained on friendly terms. The play was presumably too ridiculously exaggerated to be taken personally. But it reveals behind the laughter, the opinion that some held of the sophists, and by extension of Socrates. It is said that Socrates stood up from his seat during the play, so that the rest of the audience could see for themselves whether he really was as extraordinary as aristophanes made him seem. Compared to the most successful sophists, Socrates lived in relative poverty and publicly disdained material possessions. Though he did manage to have enough money to serve as a hoplite in the army. And to support a wife and several children. He may have inherited some money, and he also received gifts from wealthy admirers, like alcibiades. Nevertheless, Socrates did not consider material possessions to be particularly important, and because he paid so little attention to his physical appearance and clothes. Many Athenians regarded him as eccentric. In fact, according to xenophon, he sported a stomach, somewhat too large to be convenient, and wore the same generic looking cloak and scorned shoes, no matter how cold or hot the weather was that day. He became a well-known figure in the streets of Athens, always arguing an easily recognizable by snub nose, Shaggy eyebrows, bulging eyes, and rolling walk, which closely resembled that of a duck. His physical stamina was legendary though, both from his tirelessness when he served as a soldier in the army. And from his ability to out debate or out drink anyone at a symposium. Socrates would spend almost his entire adult life within Athens walls. Other than a few brief periods of military campaigning, in which he fulfilled the role of a hoplite in the battles of Pasadena, deleon, and amphipolis. As we have mentioned, Socrates was said to have saved alcibiades life at potidaea. And I also buy these return the favor by doing the same for Socrates at deleon. Socrates would have been in his mid 50s during the Sicilian expedition. And he was one of the few who spoke out openly against it by indicating plainly that the expedition would be ruinous for the city. Also, at some point in the decade of the four tens BC, Socrates married an upper class woman named xanthippe, who was much younger than him. Perhaps by as much as 40 years. Her aristocratic name, which literally means chestnut horse is the feminine form of xanthippus, the father of pericles, which may suggest that she was an alchemy on a die. She is especially remembered for having a fiery temperament. And xenophon in his symposium has Socrates agree that, out of all the women that he has encountered, she is the hardest.

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"109" Discussed on The History of Ancient Greece

The History of Ancient Greece

05:43 min | 11 months ago

"109" Discussed on The History of Ancient Greece

"Happy the cloud step four to address the audience a second time. Demanding to be awarded first place in the festival competition. In return for which they promise good rains. Otherwise, they'll destroy crops, smash roofs, and spoil weddings. The next scene begins with strep cities returning to the thinkery in order to fetch his son. As a new phi dip emerges, he has shown transformed into the pale nerd and intellectual man, which he had once feared that he would be ridiculed by his friends for becoming. But strep cities or Joyce is in the prospect of his son talking their way out of financial trouble and leads the youth home for a celebration. Just a moment before the first of their aged creditors arrives with a witness, summoning him to court. And so strep CDs comes back on stage and confronts the creditor and with his jumbled logic, the confused creditor leaves, but a second one soon arrives. The old father charges him with suffering from some form of concussion of the brain. After a series of nonsensical questions, the second creditor also leaves. Strep cities then returns indoors to continue the celebrations. After the chorus of clouds sings ominously of a looming debacle, strep CDs, again, comes back on stage. Now in distress, complaining of a beating that his new son has just given him in a dispute over the celebrations. If I dip it as emerges coolly, and the clouds question how the altercation began. Strep CD says he asked his son to recite aeschylus, the prince of the poets, but the sun instead recited euripides. The father then called his son a name, so the sun hit him. The sun explains, quote, I'm intimate with all the newest and subtlest ideas and principles. And I'm confident I can demonstrate that it is right and proper to chastise one's father. He then insolently debates his father. When vitamins asks him, if he had beaten him as a child, the father says he did, but only because he cared..

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"109" Discussed on The History of Ancient Greece

The History of Ancient Greece

05:39 min | 11 months ago

"109" Discussed on The History of Ancient Greece

"According to Socrates, the clouds of the play's title are quote great goddesses of the empty headed. They fill us with skill and logic, brainwaves, sophistication, and the art of duping fools. Garbling the truth, talking beside the point, spellbinding, meaningless oratory, and brow beating. Socrates then tells the skeptical strep cities that there is no Zeus. The clouds of the real divinities. The old man still confused by this revelation, then promises to never make a sacrifice to a traditional God again, and claims that he is ready to learn to be the best order in Greece. But first, in order to test his intelligence, Socrates asks strep cities a number of questions. By the end, he learns that the old man does not have a good memory, nor is a natural speaker. However, he is a natural swindler. So Socrates agrees to take him on as a student. The philosopher then begins the induction ceremony for his new elderly student. The highlight of which is a parade of the clouds, the patron goddesses of thinkers and other layouts. The clouds arrive, singing majestically of the regions from where they arose. Introduced to them as a new devotee. Strep CDs begs them to make him the best order in Greece. They reply with the promise of a brilliant future. Then, Socrates leads him into another room for his first lesson. And the leader of the cloud steps forward to address the audience. Putting aside their cloud like costumes, the chorus declares that this is the author's cleverest play, and that it cost him the greatest effort. He reproaches the audience for the play's failure at the end of the festival. Where it was beaten by the works of inferior authors. And he praises the author, AKA aristophanes. For his originality and for his courage and lampooning, influential politicians such as kleon. The course then resumes its appearances clouds, and Socrates returns to the stage in a huff..

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"109" Discussed on The History of Ancient Greece

The History of Ancient Greece

04:44 min | 11 months ago

"109" Discussed on The History of Ancient Greece

"Virtue is the only thing that matters seems likely to be historically accurate. In that it is clear that he inspired his followers to think for themselves. Instead of following the dictates of society on how one should behave and think. Therefore, he became a social critic, rather than upholding the status quo and accepting the development of what he perceived as immorality. In this role, Plato refers to Socrates as the gadfly of the state, because as the gadfly stings the horse into action. So too did Socrates sting various Athenians by irritating them with his unique considerations of justice and the pursuit of goodness. His actions would have a radical effect on Athenian society. According to Socrates and Plato's apology, his life as the gadfly of Athens began when his longtime friend, Cara phone, went to the oracle of Apollo at Delphi to ask if any man was wiser than Socrates. She responded that indeed there was no man wiser. However, according to xenophon, the Oracle didn't actually use the word wiser. But said that there was no man more free. More just or more sound of mind. In fact, throughout his entire description of Socrates, xenophon avoided directly attributing wisdom of any kind to him. As this was a term that was often applied to the natural philosophers and sophists. And he tried to set his teacher apart from them. Regardless of semantics, though, the oracle's response in xenophon, when it was relayed to him by Cairo faun. Comes as no surprise to Socrates, as it simply confirms what he knew all along. That he was the most virtuous man walking the earth. But in Plato's version, the response really got under Socrates a skin. As he had grown convinced that he knew nothing and therefore that he possessed no wisdom whatsoever. So he decided to test the oracle's response by seeking out and questioning the wisest people and all of Athens. The so called experts. Since Socrates professed to be ignorant and claimed to lack knowledge of anything fine and good, he wished to converse with those who were reputedly wise and could impart that wisdom to him. After annoying, many of the political leaders poets playwrights, artisans, and so forth. One by one, he got them to contradict their own arguments. And ultimately, he concluded that nobody really knew anything. And since he knew that he knew nothing, and he knew this fact, when others clearly did not, then he must know more than anyone, even the so called experts. Therefore, the oracle is right after all, because he alone was aware of his own ignorance..

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"109" Discussed on The History of Ancient Greece

The History of Ancient Greece

05:26 min | 11 months ago

"109" Discussed on The History of Ancient Greece

"Still, the testimony of aristophanes is useful and fleshing out Socrates beyond the idealization of his students. Therefore, collectively, historians must piece together the evidence from the various extent texts and try to separate the real from the false and the philosophy of Socrates from that of his students. In order to reconstruct a probable representation of Socrates life and work. Socrates was born around four 70 BC in the city of Athens. His father was so franciscus, and his mother was named fana ratte. Little is known of these two, but according to tradition, so for anesthesia was a stonemason or a sculptor. And fan ariete worked as a midwife. In his youth, Socrates likely studied music, gymnastics, and grammar, which were the common subjects of study for a young Greek boy, as we discussed in episode 77. Afterwards, he likely began his career as a stonemason or sculptor, just like his father. According to pausanias, he was an exceptional artist, and his statue of the three graces stood on the road to the acropolis. However, some scholars questioned the authenticity of that tradition because the earliest tradition of software is or Socrates as a stonemason or sculptor, comes from the third century BC philosopher, timon of fleas. As quoted by diogenes laertius, but Timo himself is an unreliable authority, as his famous composition was a silhouette, a satirical account of famous philosophers, and xenophon or Plato did not once mention Socrates background and stone craftsmanship, which one would think that they would have if it were the case. Since both writers, as we will see, often make Socrates mention craftsmen in their dialogs. Furthermore, according to Plato and his dialog, latches. Sovereign was a close friend of lysimachus, who was the son of the illustrious aristides adjust, which is presumably what allowed Socrates to be become familiar with the members of the circle of pericles, including the younger alcibiades. This suggests that Socrates is inherent social status was, in fact, much higher than a traditionally recognized. Therefore, he likely was not a stonemason or craftsman, but a wealthy Athenian.

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"109" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"109" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"109 people still unaccounted for Tropical Storm Elsa is gaining strength and forecasters say it could reach hurricane status before making landfall early tomorrow along Florida's Gulf Coast. Maximum sustained winds now estimated to be 70 MPH. And there are potential for higher gust. The center is currently 90 miles southwest of Fort Myers. It's slowed, so it's now moving north at about nine miles an hour. Florida Governor Rhonda Santa's declaring a state of emergency for nearly three dozen counties, Tampa International Airport and other regional airports, shutting down operations in advance of the strongest portions of the storm. The National Hurricane Center says Elsa is bringing dangerous winds, heavy rains and the potential for life threatening storm surge. Kyle Rittenhouse's attorney, wants a judge to allow him to argue that one of the men his client fatally shot during the Wisconsin protests last year was a sex offender, saying it supports a defense theory that he attacked Rittenhouse and intended to take his gun because he couldn't legally possess one. America is listening to Fox News. This news is brought to you. By hedge Cox Dental, His radio K L B J I'm John Cooley in Topic. Austin's news in less than a week. People living in camps may find themselves on the wrong side of the law if they refused to comply with police Sunday, March the start up Phase three of the Camping ban and Matt Mackowiak, with groups say Boston now says that the City Council continues to ignore the voters. More action may have to be taken. You cannot win a vote 58 42 Then have city leaders ignore it, And so we're not going to stand.

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"109" Discussed on The Social Hustlaz Podcast

The Social Hustlaz Podcast

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"109" Discussed on The Social Hustlaz Podcast

"Right down the street from worship seat happen they lock you up for. They weren't cameras. They see the nigger guy drains. They let you go like see like that. I doubt that this was dull. This went on understanding. You know low in a will master from all up. Why indicted if they don't have same reason for talking about it online. Why we know you said you think. They indicted him for that post road. They had fucking how berlin you'll still out. I gotta be either that with the post on him telling another neither. I seeing as nigger in like that. Look like such. Because you can't tell me. More for borough. I know i'll blast. I'm blind look our so complying book. I'm blind. It's no but i guarantee you know if i say. The motherfucking video of jt running down the street. I could no this fucking light. C diff even if now is this. Is the skin bow. This is a skinny fucking goofy looking s. niggle bro. That motherfucker picton day. And that's all they had to go by the pizza they put out there wasn't shit you can't tell nothing firmness scheme as on with nothing but his is covered nego when his fucking drown giant. Heck well rowdies as so look. What are you talking about. How i know that i.

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