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Study Questions for Plato’s The Apology The unexamined life is not worth living. 1. According to Socrates, what is wisdom? How is it related to knowledge? What is ignorance? 2. According to Socrates, what is the purpose/goal of knowledge? 3. What do you make of Socrates’ definition of human wisdom? 4. Socrates states, “The true champion of justice, if he intends to survive even for a short
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Unformatted text preview: time, must necessarily confine himself to private life and leave politics alone (32). a. What does this mean? 5. What is the philosophical life and how does it relate to justice and democracy? Why does Socrates refuse to stop this way of life or leave Athens?...
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