• Sophist - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

      en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sophist A sophist or sophister (Greek: σοφιστής, Latin: sophistes) was a specific kind of teacher in both Ancient Greece and in the Roman Empire.
    • Sophism - By Movement / School - The Basics of Philosophy

      www.philosophybasics.com/movements_sophism.html By Movement / School > Ancient > Sophism: Sophism is an early Pre-Socratic school of philosophy in ancient Greece. It is the name often given to the so-called Seven ...
    • sophism - Wiktionary

      en.wiktionary.org/wiki/sophism sophism ‎(uncountable) Archaic spelling of Sufism. References ^ sofi, sophism in The Century Dictionary, The Century Co., New York, 1911;
    • Sophism - About.com Education

      ancienthistory.about.com/cs/philosophy/g/sophism.htm Sophism was a philosophy and a method of teaching that began around the fifth century BC. Individuals who taught sophism were known as sophists.
    • Sophism - definition of sophism by The Free Dictionary

      www.thefreedictionary.com/sophism Distinction of sides is intended by Nature to imply distinction of colours" -- such was the sophism which in those days flew from mouth to mouth, converting whole ...
    • Sophism - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

      simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sophism Sophism can mean two very different things. In Ancient Greece, sophism was practiced by sophists, who were a group of teachers of philosophy and rhetoric.
    • Sophists | Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy

      www.iep.utm.edu/sophists The Sophists (Ancient Greek) The sophists were itinerant professional teachers and intellectuals who frequented Athens and other Greek cities in the second half of ...