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"'[Meletus] says he knows how the youth are corrupted and who are their corrupters. I fancy that he must be a wise man, and seeing that I am the reverse of a wise man, he has found me out, and is going to accuse me of corrupting his young friends.'" Euthyphro, Socrates to Euthyphro, p. 12

"'The real question is whether the murdered man has been justly slain. If justly, then your duty is to let the matter alone; but if unjustly, then even if the murderer lives under the same roof with you and eats at the same table, proceed against him.'" Ibid, Euthyphro to Socrates, p. 16

"Is not piety in every action always the same? And Impiety, again - is it not always the opposite of piety, and also the same with itself, having, as impiety, one notion which includes whatever is impious?" Ibid...

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