The European Legacy 24 (7-8):710-723 (2019)

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Anne-Marie Schultz
Baylor University
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ABSTRACTIn the Apology, Plato’s Socrates tells the Athenian jurors that he has spent his life trying to persuade his fellow citizens “not to care for any of his belongings before caring that he him...
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