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Socrates Defense Part I 17al24b2
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A. E. Taylor accept accusers actions actually Alcibiades amnesty Anaxagoras ancient Andocides Anytus appear argued argument Aristophanes Athenians Athens attempt Burnet Charmides Chroust cited claim commitment conclusion condemnation confidence conviction convinced corruption counter-penalty court Critias Crito daimonic daimonion death defense Diogenes Diogenes Laertius disobey divinities early dialogues elenchos elenctic Euenos Euthphr Euthyphro evidence evil example explicitly fact follow formal charges gods Gregory Vlastos guilty Hackforth harm Hence ignorance impiety indictment interpretation irony Isocrates issue jurors Kraut least MacDowell Meletus mission moral never offer opposed oracle passage penalty philosophical piety plainly Plato's Apology Plato's Socrates political Polycrates prejudice prooimion proposed prosecution prosecutors reason to suppose recognize refers requires rhetoric Section sense serious sincere Socrates believes Socrates says soul speech suggests suppose that Socrates Theramenes things Thirty Thirty's tion trial truth understanding virtue Vlastos vote wisdom Xenophon