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Kim 1 Esther Kim Mosaic 0851 Jessie Braun Iwata April 13 2009 What One Person Can Do? Generally people define the philosophy as the study of general problems that can occur. Socrates was one of the greatest philosophers of all time. The Trial and Death of Socrates was written by Plato who believes to be someone had some great influences by Socrates. The Trial and Death of Socrates consists of four series of dialogues such as Euthyphro, Apology, Crito, and Phaedo in which discussions or events between Socrates and the others. Throughout the dialogues, Socrates was questioning to others in order to convey or persuade his ideas and thoughts. Socrates was facing different situation with others in each dialogues. In Euthyphro , the dialogues between Socrates and Euthyphro which show Socrates was seeking to define ethical or mortal term “piety” and asking questions to Euthyphro who believes that he is so sure about what is right and wrong and knows how to define what piety is. In Apology , Socrates questing and defending himself to his accuser, Meletus, about the impiety charge. Critro is dialogues between Socrates’ old friend, Crito, and Socrates. Socrates was refusing to save his life from jail or death. Finally, in Phaedo , a number of Socrates’ friends visited Socrates in
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