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THE UNJUST EXECUTION OF SOCRATES Michael Turack Professor Pierson History 10102N The University of Toledo 42892 In the vortex of life many evils have transpired Vices such as plagues unforeseen deaths and corruptness Among the tragic acts of malefic proportion was the death of the Greek philosopher Socrates He tried to prove and invalidate many theories through reasoning and he was murdered for his beliefs His execution was not justified because the charges that were brought against him were false and unfounded The fist crime that Socrates was charged with was that of impiety This charge was invented primarily to discredit him and make him unpopular with the citizens The charge was that of not acknowledging the same gods that the state believed in Throughout the book Socrates refers numerous times to the fact that it is because of the gods that things are as they seem to be Do you suggest that I do not believe that the sun and moon
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