Socrates and His Innocence

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Philosophy

 

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Jim L

 

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September 20, 2013

 

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They would do whatever they could to learn anything Socrates had to teach. What they did not know is that Socrates was not teaching anyone he was simply going about his usual life and people just happened to learn from it. This was also why Socrates was put on trial. He was brought up on two charges, one of impiety and the other of corrupting the youth...
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He was brought up on two charges, one of impiety and the other of corrupting the youth. These two charges set the course for the last month of his life. Socrates was indicted to a court of law on the charges of impiety, and the corruption of the youth of Athens. Three different men brought these charges upon Socrates...
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