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The whole dialogue of this section concerns how a man named Euthyphro is supposed proceed against his father in civil court, and how Socrates see's this as morally wrong. How he asserts his disposition is through asking Euthyphro to give his reasoning behind his actions, and constantly disagreeing with him through more questions which lead into more universal idea's such as right and wrong, just and unjust...
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Though the dialogue ends with not so quite a clear ending concerning who is right, Socrates did have a much better understanding of why one should always do the right and just thing. To begin, the charges brought against Euthyphro's father are very severe, but the facts say otherwise. When Euthyphro tells Socrates that he is going to proceed against his father on charges of murder, Socrates becomes shocked because of the fact that he is going through with it (Plato, 3)...
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