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Likewise, the Phaedo relates how Socrates spent the last day of his life and the preparation for his death. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

Apology/Crito/Phaedo by Plato

Nov 01, Georgia Butler rated it it was amazing Shelves: Then Socrates argues with Crito that it is wrong to return evil for evil and that the obligations which citizen owes to his state are more binding than those child owes his parents or a slave to his masters.

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Plato’s account of Socrates’ arguments for the immortality of the soul, discussed with his cohorts during the ending hours of his life while awaiting sun down and his sentence of death by poison hemlock. Even if I disagreed with a lot, the writing is brilliant and there is a lot of food for thought.


Return to Book Page. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. In the second part, Plato records the visit of Crito, Simmias, Cebes and Phaedo along with many of friends and pupils of Socrates, dr the prison, to offer him a secret escape. Not essential reading, by any means; but certainly worth reading simply to have read Plato. The Apology and Crito were brilliant; Phaedo — out of which I expected the most — was half silly.

Waldo Geraldo Faldo rated it really liked it Jan 16, Great for philosophy crio, but probably a bit too long for the average reader.

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Quotes from Apologia de Socra I think i apokogia going to go back to this book again and again The description of Hades, for instance, is marvelously captivating. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

Plato was said to have two objections on this dialogues: My rating is 4 out of 5. Se 21, April rated it it was ok.

Apologia de Sòcrates/Critó/Eutifró/Protàgores

The first part represents the trial of Socrates in the court of law at Athens, where he argues for himself at the age of seventy, on the charges against him, that he did not believe in the Gods recognized by the State and that he had corrupted the Athenian youth by his teachings.

Refresh and try again. I think the biggest take-away is that logical reasoning is a great way to approach certain problems, but it can still lead to some very wrong conclusions if the line of reasoning doesn’t begin with pure fact. Socrates argues that if it is never good to do injustice, then certainly it is never good to do injustice in response to injustice. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Refresh and try again. Lists with This Book.


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. In short, judge for yourself, but as an actual argument, I found the Phaedo obnoxiously wishful and terribly weak. Ignacio Romo rated it it was amazing Oct 19, Mar 16, Jeremy Sorates rated it really liked it. Parmenides Phaedrus Republic Theaetetus Late: Open Preview See a Problem? Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

No trivia or quizzes yet. IzaacAugusto rated it it was amazing Jan 13, Sophist Plato Cobb’s introduction contains a detailed summary of the entire dialogue, clarifying the main themes and the general structure. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Crito offered to assists Socrates in paying fine, and ensuring his safety if he adopt This book was an anecdote by Socrates friends before he was sentenced to death by drinking the poisonous hemlock.

That was what Crito attempted to do rather unsuccessfully. The work puts forward speculation on the nature of the physical world and human beings and is followed by the dialogue Critias.

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