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Essay | Socrates : Law and Order

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Socrates : Law and Order

Summary: How Socrates, by allowing himself to die, let his ideas and theorms flourish.
Socrates: Law & Order

What is beauty? And why is that beautiful? Could that be beauty to everyone, or just you? This aggravating, yet derivative teaching method is called the "Socratic Method" . This theory of logical deduction was proposed and developed by the world's most renowned philosopher, Socrates. However, this animated individual, at the age of 70, was brought to trail and sentenced to death. Nevertheless, I deem that Socrates, by opting to poison himself, allowed his opinions to flourish more so than had he exonerated himself by renouncing his beliefs.

To begin, Socrates, in addressing the jury at his trail, announced that, "...if you think that by killing me you can prevent someone from censuring your evil lives, you are mistaken; that is not a way of escape which is either possible or honorable..." Socrates brought to life the reality of religion not conformed to government standards...

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