Human Wisdom and Virtue in Plato's Apopogy.

Title: Human Wisdom and Virtue in Plato's Apopogy.
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Human Wisdom and Virtue in Plato's Apopogy.
Question 1. In Plato's Apology, Socrates talks about human wisdom and virtue. Compare what Socrates has to say in the Apology with his views on the same topic as expressed in the Crito. Do you find what Socrates has to say compelling? Explain why or why not. Human Wisdom and Virtue "The unexamined life is not worth living"(38a). Questioning everything from wisdom to virtue in Plato's dialogs, the Apology and the Crito, establishes Socrates' philosophical …showed first 75 words of 1363 total…
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…showed last 75 words of 1363 total…daily life of Socrates from his trial to his execution and his constant mission to seek courage, virtue and wisdom. The dialogs inspire me to question things about life that seem unquestionable, such as wisdom and to question those who are in higher positions and who appear to be wiser. These dialogs help me to seek further courage, virtue and wisdom. Works cited 1) Plato. Complete Works/ Plato. Trans. John Cooper. Indianapolis, Indiana: Hackett Publishing Co. 1997

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