Reputation and Socrates
Most people would agree that one's reputation is extremely important in nearly all social situations. Whether it is making a huge business deal or going on a first date, a person's reputation will always be with them and affect their interactions with others. Socrates, along with society, has put a hefty emphasis on reputations for pretty much everything. But reputations do not always reflect the truth. The underlying theme throughout Plato's "The Trial and Death of Socrates" is of the effect of reputations, real and perceived.
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