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Socrates was a Greek, enigmatic philosopher who was famous for his contribution in ethics. He was Plato and Xenophon’s mentor and was acknowledged as one of the founders of Western philosophy.
Sophroniscus is his dad. and his mom is Phaenarete
O.J Simpson, Flipping hypocrite.
There are many reasons why people ask questions. Well, to start, were only animals (i think) and we DONT know everything. We can go to school to get more knowledge buty we also get tourcherd. People ask questions because they dont know answers. Other people may know the answers to this question...
Meletus was the formal indicter
Socrates creates an argument with Crito referring to what the people (who put him in jail) has told him about not being equally powerful and he cant destroy something that helped create him. He uses ethos, logos, and pathos in the forms of questions to create persuasiveness and helps persuade Crito...
The longest and most famous of Plato's dialogue's is now known by its Latin title, the Republic.
It depends on your perspective, he used the Socratic Method to 'persuade' people into thinking the way in which he wanted them to.
By the majority vote of several hundred jurymen in a trial. He was charged with introducing strange gods and corrupting youth (meaning leading younger Athenians astray by teaching them to think for themselves). The strange gods bit doesn't gel, and presumably was added as impiety carried the death...
  Socrates was convicted of impiety and corrupting youth and was sentenced to death by the city of Athens. The method of execution was a lethal dose of poison made from hemlock, which he took without resistance.
I think you mean philosopher. But it was Socrates
his perversion of idealism is his absolutism,, when any one tries to enforce his ideals he becomes absolutist......... the dollowing points will show absolutism in Plato's political philosophical; absolutism in his concept of justice, in concept of philosopher ruler, absolutism in his concept of...
they disagreed on religion
Plato described Socrates as the "gadfly" of the state because just like the gadfly stung horses into action, Socrates had "stung" various Athenians into unrest. In the end, he was sentenced to death for his controversial provocations.
virtue cannot be knowledge because it cannot be taught. knowledge is something that must be taught and learned and we all have virtue from the start.
chaerephon was a formal pupil of socrates, he helped defend socrates in his trial and was a very wise man himself. He also became a philosopher later on
Answer . There are no charges for dating as there are no laws against it. Sexual contact has some laws. In most states if one of them is under 16 it could be a problem. You would have to check the specific laws for the state in question for the limits and penalties.
This is a famous phrase, this phrase summarize Socrates' philosophy  as well as any few words can. My translation is different from the  traditional one because the Greek does not only means that you  should submit your own life to examination but also examining the  lives of others counts too -...
Plato founded his famous teaching Academy in Athens ca. 387 BC. In 367, the ambitious and intellectually gifted Aristotle, then age 17, journeyed from his native city of Stagira, in Northern Greece, to Athens and Plato's Academy -- much as a promising young scholar today might travel to Cambridge or...
In my eyes no he was just a pholispher trying to teach his students about life.
Plato believed in Education, he believed that the workforce should be educated and there should be prolong education. He also believed in heiracary, higher class and lower class. Division of labour, Selective breeding (within one's status) and he also believed that leaders are born. These are some...
What Socrates meant when he said ''know thyself'' was to know why you get angry, sad, happy, or even determined. Or why you act or feel a certain way.
Because he believed that it would prove him to be innocent
Yes, Plato and Socrates believed that they proved knowledge was innate by giving a maths problem to a slave boy and getting him to work it out without assistance, only indicating when what he said was wrong; thereby, they demonstrated how the knowledge needed to solve the problem was not acquired,...
Socrates eventually died by admitting to crime and drinking the hemlock.
Who was SocratesSocrates, who lived in Greece in the 5th century BC, was the first major philosopher in Western society. There were other philosophers before Socrates, but the significance and importance of his philosophic system were widely publicized in the ancient world, and had a vast impact on...
Since not much about the life of Socrates is known today, there's no clear, definite answer to this question. Nearly all that is known about it comes from the writings of one of his students, namely, Plato. As a young man, Socrates gave up trying to understand physical or material descriptions of...
Crito, because it was him who wanted to save socrates life when it came down to it. Plato was more of a on looker , and he learnt from socrates. but crito was more of a friend than an admirer.
  He influenced western civilization's government and some religions. Finally, he paved the way and effected greatly the mind of thinking men every where.
Examining the world around him and discussing how to make the world a better place. Without his "examined life" there was no point in living.
Values originating in ones conscience cannot. Be judged by others
Because He was Boss
the last day of his life and his death
  he wasn't ordered to, he just did--although he would have died at someone else's hand
Well this is kind of an opinion question, but my impression of  Socrates was that he believes in what he preaches, and that he will  stand by that no matter what (life or death).
sister?   the correct answer is EOS (APM)
he is a teach he teached Plato he is also involced in philosophy
Socrates just didn't lke government... FLAT! He just did not agree to what anybody was saying. He kind of just stayed back for the most part.
Socrates had brown eyes, some may say blue, but he has brown eyes.
He thought that democracy was A. Waste of time.
Socrates did not believe in the singular God of Judaism, Christianity, or Islam.
The Greeks use hyperbole or exaggeration to make a point.    Socrates was saying that the search for meaning in life gives  meaning to life.     Try this translation of the Greek words:    Life without analytical thought is unfit for human beings. 
he is a constant reminder of his accusers' non virtuous actions
He was accused of corrupting the youth of other students.
In terms of Philosophy; Socratic Period is the period or time of the Greek Philosophers: Socrates, Plato and Aristotle
he was accused for refusing to recognize the gods recognized by the state and of corrupting the youth.
He had no words of the source which would had procurer his  acquittal
Yes it is. A pretty lethal one. Do not eat it.
"And I prophesy to you who are my murderers that immediately after  my death punishment far heavier than you have inflicted on me will  surely await you."
Socrates, the philosopher, taught Plato , who in turn taught Aristotle. Socrates' philosophical theories and ways of questioning still remain popular today.
He was convicted of impiety. This charge was used as it carried the  death penalty and get rid of his influence. The real motivation was  that he was disruptive - 'corrupting' the youth of Athens by  teaching them to think for themselves rather than the normal  patterns of following like sheep...
He did not like democracy, the funny thing is. I can not find out why.
Socrates felt ashamed about the Pursuit of Knowledge because he was jealous of the creator which was Thomas Jefferson.
José Sócrates is 53 years old (birthdate: September 6, 1957).
yes socrates had kids he had 3
He proposed maintenance in the Prytaneum, which means that he receive free meals, an honor ordinarily reserved for Olympian athletes and other state benefactors. Such meals would be provided in the Tholos, the official state dining room. He then said his punishment should be a fine of thirty minae....
Plato Feels that socrates was a Sophist, because of some of the  things he would write and say indirectly in his writting.
Socrates's Father was a stone carver and His mother was a mid wife
He believed that the goal of education was only to improve the individual.
No he wasn't, he just didn't agree with the way they went about the laws. His main themes in his plays were "gods law is more important than man's"
Free meals for the rest of his life in the Prytaneum
He sounds like a martyr because he does not give up his beliefs. His punishment is death for having different thoughts.
Happiness was eudaimonia or human flourishing. He would say that a person who was just would be eudaimoniaic because being just is a good in and of itself. Happiness would not necessarily be a state of mind like feeling happy after eating chocolate cake (or whatever one desires to consume) but a...
he beliefs in stones and fire
  == Answer ==   That's a good question. It's disturbing, but a good one none the less. When it comes to convincing yourself that you are worthwhile, don't look to others for all of your information. Sometimes the answer is sitting right under your nose, but you just don't see it yet. ...
Socrates wanted people to consider the true meaning of qualities such as justice and courage. To do this, he asked questions that made others think about their beliefs. Sometimes they became angry because Socrates often showed them that they didn't know what they were talking about. "Know thyself"...
Plato, he tought the average citizen was too stupid to govern the state. His utopia was governed by philosophers
His goal was to make people think and question their own beliefs.
Socrates taught people because he thought that the world needed more knowledge and he taught philosophy because he wanted people to know answers to questions that he thought they would never look into those questions. He wanted them to know the answers in case they actually came across those...
Socrates was a philosopher who concentrated on teaching young men.  After a life of hard work, serving in the army and public service,  he became seen as an enemy to the state because he was influencing  the young people to think for themselves rather than follow the  accepted ideas and causes...