Socrates Changed Philosophy Forever

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January 7, 2020
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January 7, 2020

Socrates Changed Philosophy Forever

Socrates theories move away from the previous pre-Socratic philosophers mainly because his goal and answers he wanted were the meaning of mortality and society. Socrates was born in the Greek city of Athens in 470 BC. His mother Phaenarete was a well loved midwife and his father Sophroniscus was a stone mason by trade. It is said that Socrates married Xanthippe, a woman known for her shrewish demeanor. The couple went on and had three sons; Lamprocles, Sophroniscus and Menexenus. Many scholars believe that Socrates earned his living as a stone mason and then later on abandoned this trade to pursue enlightenment. Socrates grew up in a time period known as the “Golden Age of Greece”, which was characterized to be rich in democracy, arts and brilliant new ideas. Devouring these fresh and enlightened thoughts, Socrates grew into the wise man we all. He never left Athens except when he served in the army as an honored soldier during the Peloponnesian war. He was part of the Council of 500 for a year, where he made many unpopular votes and decisions. Ironically this assoc...  

Socrates theories move away from the previous pre-Socratic philosophers mainly because his goal and answers he wanted were the meaning of mortality and society.

Socrates was born in the Greek city of Athens in 470 BC. His mother Phaenarete was a well loved midwife and his father Sophroniscus was a stone mason by trade. It is said that Socrates married Xanthippe, a woman known for her shrewish demeanor. The couple went on and had three sons; Lamprocles, Sophroniscus and Menexenus. Many scholars believe that Socrates earned his living as a stone mason and then later on abandoned this trade to pursue enlightenment.
Socrates grew up in a time period known as the “Golden Age of Greece”, which was characterized to be rich in democracy, arts and brilliant new ideas. Devouring these fresh and enlightened thoughts, Socrates grew into the wise man we all. He never left Athens except when he served in the army as an honored soldier during the Peloponnesian war. He was part of the Council of 500 for a year, where he made many unpopular votes and decisions. Ironically this assoc…

 


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