Socratic philosophizing is a seeking of truth, as opposed to proclaiming the truth.
In the tradition of Socrates the Buddhist Truths are considered as theses, which are open to falsification: see Socrethics Introduction.
The wider context is a comparison of critical and doctrinaire thinking; see The Teachings of Philosophy [German]
Socrethics was inspired by an ETH research project on the history of therapeutic philosophy.
From a historical perspective the boundaries between philosophy, psychotherapy and religion are fluent.
Bruno Contestabile (author)
Thomas Metzinger (discussion partner for selected topics)
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