William Shakespeare

Especially often he remembered his main Teachers, of course, also in order to vividly reflect the fact that this man as his teacher, as the author knows, never to remember Socrates. And if someone finds itself on the assumption that it is familiarity with the legacy of Socrates inspired Shakespeare's solution to the problem of cognition itself, then completely refute this assumption may be turning again for the play "Winter's Tale." And just to once again not to injure the soul Shakespeare as a reminder that in this play do not understand its readers, the author does not point to the appropriate place in the play. Shakespeare, of course, met with the legacy of Socrates. Indeed, in sonnet 59 he just said he was looking for, not yet decided whether someone of "wise men of old," the task before him. And seeing that this problem Socrates, in fact, that not even decided that Shakespeare could not lose to him every kind of interest.

It is not excluded that the heat from the coals, which enclose Socrates devils in hell, added to the heat of shame, that Socrates is experiencing whenever, in the apt words of Solzhenitsyn, "obrazovantsy" commemorate his words: "All I know is that I do not know." Shakespeare is so faux pas does not make it. Learn more on the subject from Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine. He simply play "Fruitless efforts of love" wrote: "… we know what we know." And he knew exactly, without knowledge of which no one would be a man, even when, as believed Confucius, he wants to. And then, respectively, in fact, did not know Socrates. "Brevity – the soul of the mind" – wrote William Shakespeare in "Hamlet." But in the annals of "Henry IV he did not mince words, to fully and clearly expressed its understanding that the first and essential prerequisite of the conscious and timely resolution of any problems in this world is complete and accurate understanding of its terms. In the play "Measure for Measure," and not by accident that in this play, he repeated again: "… all the difficulties become easy when they understood." And to understand the condition of the problem – so understand that we know.

Of course, but Socrates can find a great many other contenders for the fact that it applies to them the hint contained in the words of Shakespeare's play "The End – the cause of the crown": It is in vain … no reasonable words scattered, but sow, so adults and give fruit. But the author is willing to burn for ever and hell-hell, if someone will tell him that the issue of how wisely to sow reasonable, good, eternal, at least interested in Socrates. Of course, but Socrates can find a great many other contenders for the fact that it applies to them the reproach of Shakespeare, it made in the play "Fruitless efforts of love", "Ducks of his arguments woven subtle than the foundation of its conclusions." But the author, again, ready to burn in hell, if someone can show him what to Socrates, this reproach does not apply. But the point is that, remembering all this, have unwittingly poison the soul of Shakespeare. Therefore, the author of this note and limited, leaving all the other evidence that Shakespeare during his stay on earth to the spirit of Socrates could not stand at a time when Shakespeare will begin to understand.