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Socrates Notion of the Duty of a Philosopher

Summary: This essay is about how the philosophers should manage their life, according to Socrates.
Socrates leads me to believe in his speaking that the duty of a philosopher is the actions that the philosopher is suppose to do as a philosopher. Socrates thinks that the duty of the philosophers is to share his/her ideas on everything so that people could start to open their mind and look at ideas or laws from a different perspective, a perspective not dictated by the government. The government expects people to follow their believes on religion, laws, and other issues mainly because they are the authority. Philosophers are looked as crazy people, by society, because philosophers question ideas, laws, or theories that were already accepted by society.

Society already accepted everything philosophers question because society tends to follow the rules that the government have created. These rules can also be called "imaginary rules" because there is not really a...

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