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Parrhesia: Quiz

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Question 1: In the classic discipline of ________, parrhesia is a figure of speech described as: to speak candidly or to ask forgiveness for so speaking.
AristotleRhetoricStoicismPlato

Question 2: A related use of parrhesia is found in the Greek ________, where it means "bold speech," the ability of believers to hold their own in discourse before political and religious authorities (e.g.
GospelNew TestamentBiblical canonJesus

Question 3: Parrhesia was a fundamental component of the democracy of ________.
Ancient GreeceClassical AthensAlexander the GreatClassical antiquity

Question 4: In assemblies and the courts Athenians were free to say almost anything, and in the theatre, playwrights such as ________ made full use of the right to ridicule whomever they chose.
DemosthenesSophoclesEuripidesAristophanes

Question 5: ________ developed the concept of parrhesia as a mode of discourse in which one speaks openly and truthfully about one's opinions and ideas without the use of rhetoric, manipulation, or generalization [7].
Michel FoucaultJürgen HabermasSlavoj ŽižekAlain Badiou

Question 6: [2] Parrhesia was also a central concept for the ________ philosophers, as epitomized in the shameless speech of Diogenes of Sinope.
StoicismCynicAristotlePlato







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