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Bad Euthyphro Euthyphro did not act pious toward his father at all If he had been trying to be a pious human he would to think deeper in to what he did Euthyphro turned in his father for killing one man but he only satisfied one part of being a pious person According to the American Heritage Dictionary being a pious person has devotion and severance towards his god and family Euthypro only pleased his god by bring justice towards his father He maimed his family and betrayed them Being thoughtful towards his own family name Euthyphro only considered him and his money He only wanted vengeance over the mans death Looking for revenge never brings any thing good back only bad memories and shame When Euthyphro found out about his workers death he was mad Nobody can blame him for it but he acted so abruptly and we out thought he jumped to accuse his father for the murder He was so quick to blame his father he refused to stop and think If he had thought about the repercussions that where going to happen he would of realized that his family name would be put to more shame One must also remember what era this story is been told During the time murder was just another thing that happened daily in the streets The time that this all takes place is at a time in the worlds history that savageness was still part of the society The only difference between the ear of Socrates and todays society is the acceptance of some crimes When Euthyphros father killed his hired hand he still had a just reason for doing so The two main ways to have a pious soul is by having devotion to god and family Euthyphro showed obviously that he denied honoring his family It is hard to prove that he did not show devotion to his god
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