Book 1, The Last Days of Socrates: Chapter 1, Introductory Notes
1. Who provides the information contained in the notes of Book 1, Chapter 1?
(c) The translator.
(d) Professional editors and scholars.
2. According to the introductory notes, who is this version of "The Last Days of Socrates" intended for?
(a) College and university students.
(b) Teachers and professors.
(c) The layperson.
(d) Serious philosophy scholars.
3. What is the purpose of the notes in Book 1, Chapter 1?
(a) To help put the information into context.
(b) To provide extra information for those who are interested.
(c) To help readers understand difficult words.
(d) To provide anecdotes that make the text more interesting.
4. Why are the Socratic dialogues still studied, according to Tarrant?
(a) The information contained in the dialogues is still relevant.
(b) They are challenging for students to comprehend.
(c) Because scholars still don't completely understand them.
(d) They must be mastered before other important material from the same time period can be studied.
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