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Unformatted text preview: However, Socrates is quick to point out the fault in Euthyphros contentions, revealing that piety is loved and god-loved, because it is being loved by the gods (10d). This, therefore, defines the nature of piety as paradoxical because it cannot be the same as the god-loved because that is inherently impious, and ye (apparently through Socrates reasoning) it is. Works Cited Plato. Euthyphro. The Trial and Death of Socrates . Trans. G. M. A. Grube. Indianapolis: Hackett, 2000....
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