Apology – Plato

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The Apology is one of Plato’s earlier works and records a fictionalised account of Socrates’ defence speech in his trial for corrupting the youth of Athens. The work appears to provide not only a defence of Socrates’ legacy but also acts as a consolation to Socrates’ followers as to the righteousness of his cause and that his death was not a bad thing.

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