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  • var treetable = layui.treetable,

  • 注意:??可以使用url传递数据,也可以使用data传递数据,如果使用url传递数据,参数是where字段,跟layui数据表格的使用方式一致。

  • S: Some accounts of things which the senses give us do not make us think, for the senses seem good enough judges of them; but others do, because sense experience gives us nothing we may put any faith in. G: Clearly, what you have in mind is things seen at a distance or in paintings which trick the eye. S: No, that is not my point at all. G: Then what is it? S: The experiences which don‘t make us think are those in which the senses don‘t give opposite views. In those that do, I say, the sense, whatever the distance, no more gives us one thing than its opposite. An example will make this clearer: here are three fingers – the little finger, the second finger, and the middle finger. G: That is so. S: Every one of these seems equally to be a finger. Being seen as in the middle or that at one side does not change that at all. Black or white, thick or thin, a finger is a finger all the same. For all these changes, the soul, in most men, is not forced to put any question like, ―What, then, is a finger?‖ For in seeing it, we are not at any point suddenly made to see that the finger is not a finger. G: Certainly not. S: Such an experience does not naturally awake thought. But is this equally true of this point: are the fingers great or small? Will seeing answer that? And is that in no way changed by the fact that one of the fingers is in the middle and the others at the sides? And does touch, by itself, give us a good enough account of the qualities: thickness and thinness, softness and hardness? And so with the other senses. Do they give us good enough accounts of such things? No, the soul needs something with which to judge them. And this is the knowledge of numbers. It is needed in the army, and a philosopher has to have it because he has to go up from out of the sea of becoming and take a grip on being or he will never use his reason rightly in arithmetic. G: It is so. S: So it is right. Glaucon, for this branch of learning to be ordered by law for those who are to take part in the highest work of the state. And they are to go into it till by the help of thought itself they come to see what numbers are. They are not to use it as the traders and the men in the market do, but for war and for the purpose of turning the soul itself away from becoming to being and the true. G: Well said. They are working with units which are only to be taken up by thought and in no other way. S: Have you not noted how those who are naturally able at this science are generally quick in all others, and how men of slow minds, if they get nothing more from it, become sharper than they were before. G: That is so. S: And you will not readily name sciences which are more trouble to learn or to go on with than this. So for all these reasons let us keep this science in view and use it in the education of the naturally best minds. G: I am with you. S: With that point fixed, let us go on to the science which comes after this. G: What is that? Is it geometry?

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  • treePidName: 'd_pid', // treetable新增参数

  • 维修时,一定要断开电源后,进行焊接或查找故障。注意安全。按实物绘制的电路图如附图所示。

  • treetable.toggleRows($('.layui-table-body .layui-table tr').eq(index).find('.treeTable-icon'));

  • setter = layui.setter,

  • if($(trs[i]).find('.treeTable-icon').attr('lay-tpid') != 0){

  • writer as well as a teacher. His writings are in the form of dialogues, with Socrates as the principal speaker. In all his works, the Allegory of the Cave is regarded as the most famous passage, which was from his masterpiece, The Republic. 3. Socrates ( 470/469 – 399 BC) A classical Greek philosopher was credited as one of the founders of Western philosophy, who became known chiefly through the accounts of classical writers, especially the writings of his students Plato and Xenophon. Plato‘s dialogues are thought the most informative source about Socrates' life and philosophy. 4. Glaucon ( 445 BC – 4th century BC) He was the older brother of Plato, and like his brother was amongst the inner circle of Socrates‘ young affluent students. He is primarily known as a major conversant with Socrates in the Republic, and the interlocutor during the Allegory of the Cave. COMPREHENSION QUESTIONS 1. How was ―the Good‖ defined according to the text? 2. What must a person do in order to see things as they really are? 3. How does Plato believe we come to know things? 4. Why is the knowledge of numbers important for educating a guardian? QESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION AND WRITING 1. 2. 3. 4. How can the soul be guided? How do you understand these words like ―the chains‖, ―the prisoners‖, ―the shadow‖ in the text? What must a person do in order to see things as they really are? What is the role of philosophy?

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