"The Trial and Death of Socrates" by Plato
A true mirror to the visage of humanity and its qualities and downfalls, The Trial and Death of Socrates, by Plato, uses its complex and profound themes to create a stark image in the mind of the reader and presents many simple to complex, controversial issues that the human race only pretends to understand, yet acts on. The book itself was written nearly two thousand and four hundred years ago in ancient Greece, yet it still can point out today's problems as well as occasionally offering to the reader solutions to its grievances. Plato, when writing out this segment of history, selected…
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