Plato's account of the Trial of Socrates presents a vivid portrait of the ancient Greek Philosopher in his struggle to defend himself against charges of heresy. Our selection today picks up where our first part
left off: having explained why his past behavior has stirred such public enmity, Socrates turns his attention to his present accusers Meletus and Anytus and the specific charges on which he has been brought to court.
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