This man is the main character of all four of our texts and the only character who appears in them all.
This man wrote three of the Socratic dialogues, and it is widely presumed that he placed many words in Socrates' mouth that actually illustrate his own views.
This man is the famous Greek satirist who wrote the Clouds.
This man is an acquaintance of Socrates. He has trouble defining piety and is widely considered an oddball amongst Athenians.
This man is Socrates' friend who tries to get him out of jail. Socrates discusses the authority and nature of law with him.
This person is the prosecutor of Socrates in the Apology.
The Athenian Jury
These people judged Socrates in his trial in The Apology.
One of three main characters in the Clouds, this man is a father who seeks to...
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