Taking its namesake from the famous ancient Greek gadfly, the Socratic method involves teachers testing a student’s knowledge of a subject matter by asking challenging questions. For example, when Socrates wanted his student Theatetus to define “knowledge” he would ask him whether a tour guide who accidentally has true information about how to get to a certain destination actually knows the information, and why/why not? The answer is no, because he has no justification for his true opinion.
In this assignment, you are expected to generate five (5) challenging questions about chapter 6 and five (5) challenging questions about chapter 7 in On Romantic Love Brogaard (2015). Moreover, you will provide the answers to your own questions.
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