Week Two Discussion QuestionOne of the leading Sophists, Protagoras, claimed that Of all things the measure is Man, of the things that are, that they are, and of the things that are not, that they are not. What is Protagoras saying here? What would Socrates say in response to Protagoras? What doyouthink about Protagoras provocative claim? Please present arguments, evidence, and/or examples that support the answers you give.
(1) Initial discussion posts must beat least350 words. (2) Initial discussion posts must cite one (or both) of the text books. An acceptable citation will involve a direct quotation (or paraphrases) of one of the texts accompanied by an in-text reference to the source you referencing. If you are unfamiliar with in-text citations, please visit this website:https://www.wikihow.com/Do-In_text-Citations-in-MLA(Links to an external site.) (3) Follow-up posts may be written in response to any point made in the ensuing discussion. Merely stating that you agree/disagree with someones point or like/dislike their postis notan acceptable response. Such posts will not receive credit.Explaining whyyou agree/disagree with someones point or like/dislike their post, however, will earn you credit. (4) All posts must be proofread. A post that contains more thantenspelling or grammatical errors will automatically receive a failing grade.
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