Posts Categorized: oracle at Delphi


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TweetShare Socrates was born in 469 B.C., in the early years of Pericles’ rule. Socrates, like all Athenian children, studied music, Homer’s poetry, and gymnastics. He also acquired some knowledge of geometry and astronomy, and became fascinated with the theories of Thales and others on the nature of matter. So with his friend Chaerephon, he…
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PLATO’S “APOLOGY OF SOCRATES”: A New Translation, in the Style of a Cinematic Novel

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by Steve Kostecke (Today’s PRIZE GIVEAWAY is a PDF Copy of Steve’s Book. Leave a COMMENT to enter. See details below) Tweet Share Andrew Cort’s Mini-Review:   In this new translation of Plato’s Apology (Socrates’ statement to the Athenian court that soon condemned him on trumped up charges of “corrupting the youth of Athens”), Steve Kostecke has…
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