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.... to that of Zeus. As the Clouds were not traditional gods, Socrates' guilt on this charge is rather evident. Even as Socrates is ....

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socrates

.... After that, Meletus and Socrates get into the quarrel about the Gods. .... Meletus then changes his mind and says that Socrates believes in other Gods. ....

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Using

.... to be that part of justice which attends to the gods." Socrates asks what he means by "attention." He adds that attention usually benefits that which gets the ....

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Patriotism According to Plato and Thoreau

.... As the state has not acted directly against the gods, Socrates comes to the conclusion that the gods have willed him to be where he is. ....

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Socrates' Euthyphro

.... such as sacrifice and prayer, is pious, but again Socrates does not agree. Socrates asks who is benefited from giving to the gods. ....

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God Vs. Socrates

.... of the city to follow and obey the gods of the city and Meletus, one of Socrates' three accusers, confuses himself as to which gods Socrates follows and obeys. ....

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The Story of Socrates and Crito

.... Euthyphro suggests that what is holy is what is agreeable to the gods, in response to which Socrates points out that the gods often quarrel, so what is ....

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Socrates Vs Gilgamesh

.... if the soul can only attain wisdom from death and if that wisdom leads to purification, which assures you a place with the gods, then Socrates would disagree ....

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Trial of Socrates

.... This is a contradiction, for to believe in one god alone or even that a divinity exists means that Socrates must believe in the gods to which divinity is ....

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Socrates (philosophy)

.... The main charges brought against Socrates were corrupting the young and not believing in the Gods in whom the city believes in. ....

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Is virtue a gift from the gods

Is Virtue A Gift from the Gods In Plato's Meno, Socrates uses a series of arguments to support the claim that virtue is a gift from the gods. ....

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Euthyphro

Euthyphro. In Euthyphro, Socrates challenges Euthyphro about the use of stories about the gods in his definition of piety. Socrates ....

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Democracy through Plato's Apology of Socrates

.... The Apology went on to focus on the trial of Socrates, who was put on trial for corupting the youth and teaching them to believe in gods other then the states ....

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Euthyphro

.... says will not just be tossed away as false. This still doesn't necessarily mean that Socrates believes in the all-knowing gods. ....

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Socrates & the Euthyphro dialogue

.... asks "Is the pious being loved by the gods because it is pious, or is it pious because it is being loved by the gods?¢ (Euthyphro, 10a) Socrates means what ....

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Euthyphro and Piety

.... Socrates refuted once more by comparing the gods' actions of enmities and hatreds and differences against one another to the same actions of man against man. ....

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Euthyphro: The trial and Execu

.... the gods, but ask what the gods get in return. In short, Socrates wants to know what the gods gain from the Greeks' sacrifices. ....

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Socrates, the First Monotheist

.... whether or not tehse storis of the gods are true and Euthyphro immediately replies that they are indeed and offers to tell Socrates more about the gods. ....

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Socrates Trial

.... saying that the gods corrupt your children because if he teaches what he knows and believes and the gods themselves believe and respect what Socrates say then ....

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Socrates and Piety

.... The latter possibility is one which Socrates is trying to argue too Euthypryo, that piety is recognized by the gods because of objectivism. ....

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Socrates’ Conversation in Plato’s Euthyphro

.... Socrates asks, "Do the gods love piety because it is pious, or is it pious because they love it?¢ 1 Socrates is asking if there is absolute piety or if ....

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Antigone Versus Socrates in the Crito

.... strive for. Both Antigone's and Socrates' argument discuss and uphold moral goodness in the eyes of the gods. However, while Socrates ....

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A New View on Socrates

.... perfect. His ideas were meant to create firmer beliefs in the gods, where the Socrates shown by Aristophanes seeks to disprove them. ....

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Socrates

.... Socrates decided to worship the gods when beneficial to him, but at the same time, Socrates never professed his belief in the gods. ....

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The Argument against Suicide in Plato’s Phaedo

.... times and for certain people to die than to live¢ (62 A). Socrates just wants .... away; doing so will be tantamount to running away from our service to the Gods. ....

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socrates

.... The punishment seems extreme but in Socrates opinion it is what the gods planned for him and what they wanted. Socrates does not ....

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Socrates Perception on Death

.... Socrates believed that the gods would not let a good man be harmed in life or death, and when it is his time for death the gods will call upon him. ....

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The Case of Socrates

.... accepted. Socrates had another allegation against him that he does not believe in the gods and that he is an atheist. Socrates asked ....

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Socrates

.... This is a play written by a comic poet, mocking Socrates in unfair manners by calling him a sophist and challenging the gods. So ....

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The Apology of Socrates

.... But referring back to the point that he supposedly does not believe in any gods is justified by Socrates separation between the fact of who defines that ....

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