Socratic

8 ENTRIES FOUND:

1So·crat·ic

adjective \sə-ˈkra-tik, sō-\

: of or relating to the ancient Greek philosopher Socrates, his followers, or his method of asking questions to discover the truth

Full Definition of SOCRATIC

:  of or relating to Socrates, his followers, or his philosophical method of systematic doubt and questioning of another to elicit a clear expression of a truth supposed to be knowable by all rational beings
So·crat·i·cal·ly \-ti-k(ə-)lē\ adverb

First Known Use of SOCRATIC

1598

2Socratic

noun

Definition of SOCRATIC

:  a follower of Socrates

First Known Use of SOCRATIC

1678

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