I thought I would post a few more factual questions just to get the ball rolling as well as have something to study. I've included one I posted earlier too.
(I'm working from a non-paginated Kindle version. If you have a page number, post them below and I'll edit for future use.)
Q: When the rich king Plousios asked, "What kind of man is the worst among men?" How did Penicros answer?
A: He who is good in his own esteem. Parables 1:16
Q: Does Flanagan argue that normative questions (e.g., is-ought, fact-value) can be addressed empirically?
Q: How does Flanagan conceive of or interpret the Platonic Forms?
A: as natural categories
Q: According to Flanagan, what is the overarching reason that restrains humans from taking full advantage of human vulnerability, for example, obtained by Plato’s Lydian shepherd's ring of invisibility?
A: we are designed to be fit as social animals
Q: from Devin: In the Platonic sense, what do all humans across cultural boundaries search for?
A: What is good, true, and beautiful.