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  1. Nothing in common. The word “co-crusting” (co-crusting)”it's a tracing paper from the Latin' con-tractio ' – 'pulling together'. Socrates 'name is derived from the Greek So-kratos, meaning” full of power.”

  2. Socrates pointed out the path of a person to the state (place) of evidence (it”reduces”). Such a place will be your stay in the state of “conscience” (it “shortens” for us the passage of the path of maturation of morality). In other words, Socrates found in a person (in any person) a “place of evidence” (alethea, the place of “hints”), from which you can clearly see what you want to know. This” place ” (topos) has a special nature (metaphysical, not physical). All the conversations of Socrates (to some extent reproduced in the dialogues of Plato) are only means to push, direct or point to this place of evidence (which “shortens”the path of” gaining ” experience).

  3. A truly philosophical question.:)
    We'll look for a connection where it might not exist. Socrates is the name of an ancient philosopher; reduction is a technique for reducing the number of entities. What do they have in common? Socrates used his method to reduce the number of false beliefs of the opponent. We can say that the Socratic method is an abridgment, because everything that did not correspond to the Truth was eliminated.

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