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Socratic questioning (or Socratic maieutics) was named after Socrates, who was a philosopher in c.
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Cognitive restructuring

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Socratic questioning has also been used in psychotherapy, most notably as a cognitive restructuring technique in classical Adlerian psychotherapy, logotherapy, rational emotive behavior therapy, cognitive therapy, and logic-based therapy.
CR employs many strategies, such as Socratic questioning, thought recording, and guided imagery, and is used in many types of therapies, including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and rational emotive behaviour therapy (REBT).

Socratic method

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Socratic questioning (or Socratic maieutics) was named after Socrates, who was a philosopher in c. 470 BCE–c.
Socratic questioning is used to help students apply the activity to their learning.

Classical Adlerian psychotherapy

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Socratic questioning has also been used in psychotherapy, most notably as a cognitive restructuring technique in classical Adlerian psychotherapy, logotherapy, rational emotive behavior therapy, cognitive therapy, and logic-based therapy.
Therapists clarify any vague thinking with Socratic questioning and evaluate the consequences of various actions or ideas.

Cognitive therapy

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Socratic questioning has also been used in psychotherapy, most notably as a cognitive restructuring technique in classical Adlerian psychotherapy, logotherapy, rational emotive behavior therapy, cognitive therapy, and logic-based therapy.

Philosophy

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Philosophical methods include questioning, critical discussion, rational argument, and systematic presentation.

History of literature

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Philosophy entered literature in the dialogues of Plato, who converted the give and take of Socratic questioning into written form.

Todd Allen Gates

Gates is also the author of Dialogue with a Christian Proselytizer (2006), described as a Socratic dialogue between a hypothetical Christian proselytizer named Chris Proselman (a play on the word proselytize) and a skeptic named Scott Crates (a play on the name Socrates).

Developmental psychology

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He used Socratic questioning to get children to reflect on what they were doing, and he tried to get them to see contradictions in their explanations.

Cognitive analytic therapy

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He proposed a shorter, more active form of therapy which integrated elements from cognitive therapy practice (such as goal setting and Socratic questioning) into analytic practice.

Yoko Taro

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Many of his games reflect his own feelings about death and his socratic questioning of the concept.

The Champions (miniseries)

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At their first meeting at a CBC cafeteria in Montreal, after a series of Socratic questions, Lévesque told Trudeau, "If you’re a goddamned intellectual, I don’t want to talk to you," setting the tone for their relationship to come.

Michel Weber

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Philosophy has a practical mission (rooted in Socratic discourse) to restore personal and social well being, but it cannot do this, he argues, if it renounces its traditional metaphysical obligation (rooted in pre-Socratic speculation) to understand the cosmos.

Origen

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In the dialogue, Origen uses Socratic questioning to persuade Heracleides to believe in the "Logos theology", which was essentially the prototypical form of later Trinitarianism.

Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson

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He later wrote a number of dialogues in the Socratic tradition.

Clinical psychology

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There are many techniques used, such as systematic desensitization, socratic questioning, and keeping a cognition observation log.

Corporación Educativa American School

Mrs. Márquez decided that her new school's classes would be small and the school's teaching and learning processes would be mediated by constructivist pedagogical approaches, including the socratic questioning.

Cognitive processing therapy

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Clinicians often use Socratic questioning to gently prompt the client, based on the idea that the client's own arrival at new cognitions about their trauma, as opposed to unquestioning acceptance of the clinician's interpretations, is critical to recovery.

Delusional disorder

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During the process, the therapist can ask hypothetical questions in a form of therapeutic Socratic questioning.

Socrates

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Socratic questioning (or Socratic maieutics) was named after Socrates, who was a philosopher in c. 470 BCE–c.

Plato

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Plato, a student of Socrates, described this rigorous method of teaching to explain that the teacher assumes an ignorant mindset in order to compel the student to assume the highest level of knowledge.