Plato's Euthyphro, Apology, Crito & Phaedo: Notes
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|Abstract||These four dialogues cover time surrounding the execution of Socrates. As he was charged, tried, and condemned to death, the four dialogues stand as final testaments to his credo of virtue. These are texts that have shaped thousands of years of thought on the meaning of life and personal conduct.|
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