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Ancient Greeks were outside the Judeo-Christian tradition but shared

a sensibility in common with regard to honoring one's parents as a moral obligation. So, in bringing a criminal charge against his father, is Euthyphro engaged in an ethical short-circuit or in a clash of values? If so, how? And, could there be some egoism involved here? Why?

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