The Privileged Life Depicted In Socrates's Apology

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I. As Socrates defends himself in court, he described his way of life through each recall of events that he has experienced. He describes learning the differences between right and wrong and learning without being examined one’s knowledge will not grow. In the Apology, Socrates gives every reason why the examined life described in his stories is the only life worth living.

II. Socrates learned the difference between right and wrong in the beginning of his search to find a wiser man than himself.

III. After his questioning of the first person, who he thought must be a wiser man than himself, he realized his own wisdom and realized one would never know they were wrong or unwise unless proven so through being “examined”.

IV. Some
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