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The Socrates Code free pdf Peter Hubral sets out a meticulously researched and convincing case that Western Philosophy is founded less upon the original Ancient Greek texts, as on a careless and ahistorical misreading of them, for which he provides an unprecedented rigorous revision. He shows that the original Greek terms "astronomia, atomos, kosmos, geometria, idea, planetes, praxis, psyche, mousike, symposion, theoria, " and so on have nothing at all to do with astronomy, atom, cosmos, geometry, and so on. The originals terms rather find their equivalents in the Chinese Taiji-practice that he follows since 1997 under the guidance of Dao-Grandmaster Fangfu. He provides abundant evidence that this millennial practice equals the unwritten lost practice of dying ("melete thanatou") about which Plato writes: "Those, who happen to grasp the philosophia correctly, risk being unrecognised by others because it is nothing but 'practising to die and to be dead' "(Phaidon 64a). This practice - see the front cover - is based on the rigorous implementation of Wuwei, which the Greeks call "philia "that "philosophia "refers to, thus giving Greek wisdom ("sophia") a completely new meaning. Due matching the Dao-practice to the practice of dying, Hubral completely dismantles the illusion that the western world has constructed about Pythagoras, Socrates, Plato, etc. He shows that they made much more profound discoveries with the practice of dying about nature than what we are told about their contributions to mankind in uncountable commentaries!"

About Peter Hubral

Dr Peter Hubral is a retired full professor of Applied Geophysics with many scientific publications and a life-long interest in Greek and Eastern philosophy. He published four books in Lotus Press and one in Longtai Verlag, in which he systematically destructs in a really scandalizing and most disturbing way all that is known about the Greek Philosophers. He argues convincingly that they taught their students the same profound wisdom as his teacher, Dao-Grandmaster Fangfu, who considers himself in an uninterrupted genealogy of Dao-masters that includes Laozi (Lao Tzu).

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Author : Peter Hubral
Publisher : Createspace
Data Published : 10 July 2014
ISBN : 1500465607
EAN : 9781500465605
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 210 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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    . Peter Hubral sets out a meticulously researched and convincing case that Western Philosophy is founded less upon the original Ancient Greek texts, as on a careless and ahistorical misreading of them