Socrates

Socrates
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Guest from Charleston, West Virginia
Title: True Platonic Love!
He sets on my bookshelf with my philosophy/theology books, but I've taken him to several classes, including Literary Criticism and Ancient/Medieval Philosophy. He's my own portable plush gadfly! PS: I washed him recently, but I think he preferred being grimy
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Guest from Elysia
Title: SO CUTE OMG.
Its a plush Socrates... in white robes and barefoot.... AWESOME. Adorable, and a great gift for my Ancient Philosophy Professor!
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Guest from Netherlands
Title: Socrates
Nobody knows what Socrates looked like. So I would say that this puppet looks exactly like the good ol' Greek. Love the fuzzy beard and his extremely long legs beneath his cloth(es)
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Guest from Texas
Title: Socrates is the man!
A must for any philosophy major!
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Guest from Rome
Title: A bit to cute
I'm sure he was supposed to be the ugliest man in Athens nut the cutest.
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Guest from NC
Title: Great!
Perfect size to fit on a desk. What is better than a little Socrates?
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Guest from Washington International School, DC
Title: Big Thinkers get Little Prize
We give these Socrates dolls as awards to those in our high school senior class (usually one, but sometimes two) who have won the "Socrates Award," which is for the person who has asked, persistently, the most annoying questions throughout. Actually, it's awarded by the Theory of Knowledge teachers for a course the kids take for two years for the International Baccalaureate program, which asks them to learn to think about how we know what we know, what our values and biases are, and to question everything. All the other teachers give boring books and plaques.
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