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Trial of Socrates
Trial of Socrates The Death of Socrates, by Jacques-Louis David (1787) The trial of Socrates in 399 BC gave rise to ...
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Talk:Trial of Socrates
Talk:Trial of Socrates There was no senate in Athens. You ... be thinking of Rome. The Jury of Socrates, though, was 500, not 501. 280 found ... there was a tie vote, the resolution (Socrates corrupts the youth and is not pious ... extremely reduced function. Some double-checking confirms Socrates was tried before a randomly selected ...
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Socrates
Socrates Western PhilosophersAncient philosophy Name: Σωκράτης Birth: June ... Greek philosopher, for all other uses see: Socrates (disambiguation) Socrates (June 4, ca. 469 BC – May ... Athenian) philosopher. His character The character of Socrates provides an illustration of a historical conundrum. If Socrates ever wrote a single word, it ...
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Talk:Socrates
Talk:Socrates (Content moved to talk:Trial of Socrates) trial and death I'd like to suggest that the section concerning his trial and death mention the fact that ...
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Jury trial
Jury trial It has been suggested that Jury_instructions be ... of the accused Right to a fair trial Presumption of innocence Jury trial Speedy trial Habeas corpus Bail Exclusionary rule (U ... law Evidence Civil procedure A jury trial is a trial in which the ...
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Talk:Jury trial
Talk:Jury trial Jury trial benefits Q: What are the advantages of the jury trial? It's urgent A: All members of ... defendant must pay for court costs. (anon) Trial by jury / Jury trial So is this the same as ...
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Talk:David Irving/Archive01
... McVeigh as Lipstand alleged, read the full trial transcript. The whole article looks like a ... to be expanded, need much more about trial, Irving conducting his own defense, need to ... probably contemporary with, or even after, the trial. Keegan was one of Irving's witnesses at the trial. I have no idea where he is ... British historian Sir John Keegan. During the trial Keegan stated "I continue to think ...
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Phaedo
... last dialogue detailing the final days of Socrates and contains the death scene. The dialogue ... enslaved in a boy brothel. Found by Socrates, who had him bought and freed with ... friend and student. Having been present at Socrates' death bed, Phaedo relates the dialogue to ... the idea that the soul is immortal. Socrates offers four arguments for the soul's ... the philosophy set forth in the Phaedo, Socrates discusses the nature of the afterlife. ...
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Apology (Plato)
... uses, see Apology (disambiguation). (The) Apology (of Socrates) is Plato's version of the speech given by Socrates as he defends himself against the charges ... from the Greek "apo" and "logos"). Introduction Socrates begins by saying he does not know ... do not know". Indeed, in the Apology Socrates will suggest that philosophy consists entirely of ... more than an acknowledgement of this ignorance. Socrates begs the jury to judge him, ...
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Aeschines Socraticus
... was in his youth a follower of Socrates. (He is called Aeschines Socraticus -- "the Socratic ... Aeschines of Sphettus was present at the trial and execution of Socrates. We know that after Socrates' death, Aeschines went on to write philosophical ... dialogues, just as Plato did, in which Socrates played the role of the main ...
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