Objects & Places from The Trial and Death of Socrates: Four Dialogues

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Athens

Where Socrates lived and worked.

The Porch of the King Archon

The setting of the first dialogue.

The Oracle at Delphi

In Ancient Greece, a coveted source of prophecy.

Socrates' Cell in Athens / The Prison in Phlius

The third and fourth dialogues in the sequence, Crito and Phaedo, are set in this two similar places.

Socrates' Philosophies

This is one of the main issues throughout the dialogues in regards to Socrates' trial.

The Soul

Socrates believes that this item exists to guide and govern the more animalistic body, always striving to bring its activities and hungers under control.

The World Above / The World Below

According to Socrates, there are two realms to which the soul can travel after death.

The Poison

Socrates' death is caused by this object.

The Socratic Method

This is the term used for Socrates' unique method of philosophical discussion.

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