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How did Socrates die?

He died after facing charges such as 'not acknowledging the gods  that the city acknowledged' and 'introducing new deities'. When  sentenced to death he died by drinking a h (MORE)

Why was socrates poisoned?

Socrates was poisoned for his anti-democratic views of society. On a day in 399 BC the philosopher Socrates stood before a jury of 500 of his fellow Athenians accused of "refu (MORE)

Was socrates a mathematician?

It was Aristotle, a student of Socrates' follower Plato who was a  renowned ancient mathematician, known also as the founder and  developer of Logic as a science. Aristotle (MORE)

What is Socrates' legacy?

Socrates is considered to be The Founder of Western Philosophy and one of the most important humans to have ever lived. He has influenced countless philosophers, including his (MORE)

What is socratic wisdom?

Socratic wisdom is best described as feigned ignorance. Also known  as 'intellectual humility,' it is an attempt to remain objective  regardless of what one may know to be t (MORE)

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Who was Socrates?

Socrates was a gifted thinker of ancient Athens who helped lay the foundation of western philosophy. The methods he used and the concepts he proposed, along with his courageou (MORE)
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Was socrates guilty?

No Socrates was not at all guilty, and only few of the jury sided the verdict.  YES Socrates was guilty. He swore that he was not an athiest, but he was a true athiest. He sl (MORE)

Why was socrates misunderstood?

    Socrates was a gifted thinker of ancient Athens who helped lay the  foundation of western philosophy. The methods he used and the  concepts he proposed, along wi (MORE)

What did socrates study?

The greatest study and contribution by Socrates to Western  philosophy is a concept known as â??The Socratic Method.â?? The  basis of this method is to contribute ideas th (MORE)