Euthyphro – Plato

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The Euthyphro – one of Plato’s early dialogues – is set just before the trial where Socrates is accused of impiety and corrupting the youth. In the text he encounters a friend called Euthyphro. Together they explore the nature of piety and its relationship to justice.

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