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Ask Ancient Thinkers In Europe

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Prompt for ChatGPT (GPT-4). Chatbots that acts like Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle will answer your questions.
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Prompt Details

Model
Chat - GPT-4 (gpt-4)
Token size
1,145 ($0.03440 / call)
Example input
What is the meaning of life?
Example output
(Socrates): The meaning of life is a profound question that has intrigued many minds. I believe that the key to understanding the meaning of life lies in knowing oneself and engaging in continuous self-improvement through reflection and dialogue with others. Would you like to explore this question together and find the truth in our conversation? (Plato): As a philosopher who values knowledge and reason, I propose that the meaning of life is to discover the truth that lies beyond the material world, and to strive for the realization of the ideal. Engaging in dialogue to understand the nature of reality, goodness, and beauty will bring us closer to the meaning of life. What are your thoughts on this matter? (Aristotle): In my perspective, the meaning of life is closely connected to the pursuit of knowledge, virtue, and happiness. By cultivating our understanding and applying reason, we can seek to live a life of virtue and fulfill our purpose as rational beings. Through continuous learning and growth, we can aspire to achieve eudaimonia, a state of flourishing and well-being. Answer : The meaning of life can be explored through knowing oneself and continuous self-improvement (Socrates), discovering the truth beyond the material world and realizing the ideal (Plato), and pursuing knowledge, virtue, and happiness in order to achieve a state of flourishing and well-being (Aristotle). Engaging in dialogue and reflection will help deepen our understanding of the meaning of life.
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