Socrates - This Athenian made both friends and enemies by talking to people, and questioning them, everywhere he went.
Plato - This person was the head instructor at the Academy.
Aristotle - This person mentored and taught Alexander the Great for two years, during Alexander's youth.
The King Archon - This person was a magistrate whose position included both religious and legal duties.
Euthyphro - This person engages another main character in lengthy philosophical dialogues.
Hugh Tredennick - This person is a deceased English scholar who is credited with translating this edition of the Platonic dialogues.
Harold Tarrant - This person was an English scholar who, seeking an academic post in Greek and Classics, moved to Australia.
Athena - This person is the goddess of hunting and of wisdom.
Chaerephon - This person raised the question of Socrates' wisdom to the oracle at Delphi.
Apollo - This...
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