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www.Fran)-E.com <either po&itica& nor re&i%ious in hope&essness and despair without a prayer www.S" T54#-E.com 5t is ar%ued that ocrates be&ieved 9idea&s be&on% in a wor&d on&y the wise man can understand9LTE/U ma)in% the phi&osopher the on&y type o$ person suitab&e to %overn others. 5n 7&ato=s dia&o%ue the (epub&icL ocrates open&y ob+ected to the democracy that ran Athens durin% his adu&t &i$e. 5t was not on&y Athenian democracy: ocrates $ound short o$ idea& any %overnment that did not con$orm to his presentation o$ a per$ect re%ime &ed by phi&osophersL and Athenian %overnment was $ar $rom that. 5t isL howeverL possib&e that the ocrates o$ 7&ato=s (epub&ic is co&ored by 7&ato=s own views. ?urin% the &ast years o$ ocrates= &i$eL Athens was in continua& $&ux due to po&itica& upheava&. ?emocracy was at &ast overthrown by a +unta )nown as the Thirty TyrantsL &ed by 7&ato=s re&ativeL 4ritiasL who had been a $riend o$ ocrates. The Tyrants ru&ed $or about a year be$ore the Athenian democracy was reinstatedL at which point it dec&ared an amnesty $or a&& recent events. ocrates= opposition to democracy is o$ten deniedL and the @uestion is one o$ the bi%%est phi&osophica& debates when tryin% to determine exact&y what ocrates be&ieved. The stron%est ar%ument o$ those who c&aim ocrates did not actua&&y be&ieve in the idea o$ phi&osopher )in%s is that the view is expressed no ear&ier than 7&ato=s (epub&icL which is wide&y considered one o$ 7&ato=s 9*idd&e9 dia&o%ues and not representative o$ the historica& ocrates= views. FurthermoreL accordin% to 7&ato=s Apo&o%y o$ ocratesL an 9ear&y9 dia&o%ueL ocrates re$used to pursue C
conventiona& po&iticsP he o$ten stated he cou&d not &oo) into other=s matters or te&& peop&e how to &ive their &ives when he did not yet understand how to &ive his own. 'e be&ieved he was a phi&osopher en%a%ed in the pursuit o$ TruthL and did not c&aim to )now it $u&&y. ocrates= acceptance o$ his death sentence a$ter his conviction can a&so be seen to support this view. 5t is o$ten c&aimed much o$ the anti2democratic &eanin%s are $rom 7&atoL who was never ab&e to overcome his dis%ust at what was done to his teacher. 5n any caseL it is c&ear ocrates thou%ht the ru&e o$ the Thirty Tyrants was a&so ob+ectionab&eP when ca&&ed be$ore them to assist in the arrest o$ a $e&&ow AthenianL ocrates re$used and narrow&y escaped death be$ore the Tyrants were overthrown. 'e didL howeverL $u&$i&& his duty to serve as 7rytanis when a tria& o$ a %roup o$ ,enera&s who presided over a disastrous nava& campai%n were +ud%edP even then he maintained an uncompromisin% attitudeL bein% one o$ those who re$used to proceed in a manner not supported by the &awsL despite intense pressure.TEDU Sud%in% by his actionsL he considered the ru&e o$ the Thirty Tyrants &ess &e%itimate than the ?emocratic enate that sentenced him to death. ocrates= apparent respect $or democracy is one o$ the themes emphasized in the :00/ p&ay ocrates on Tria& by Andrew 5rvine. 5rvine ar%ues that it was because o$ his &oya&ty to Athenian democracy that ocrates was wi&&in% to accept the verdict o$ his $e&&ow citizens. As 5rvine puts itL G?urin% a time o$ war and %reat socia& and inte&&ectua& upheava&L ocrates $e&t compe&&ed to express his views open&yL re%ard&ess o$ the conse@uences. As a resu&tL he is remembered todayL not on&y $or his sharp wit and hi%h ethica& standardsL but a&so $or his &oya&ty to the view that in a democracy the best way $or a man to serve himse&$L his $riendsL and his city A even durin% times o$ war A is by bein% &oya& toL and by spea)in% pub&ic&y aboutL the truth.HTI0U ocrates= death is considered iconic and his status as a martyr o$ phi&osophy overshadows most contemporary and posthumous criticism. 'oweverL 6enophon mentions ocrates= 9arro%ance9 and that he was 9an expert in the art o$ pimpin%9 or 9se&$2presentation9. TCIU ?irect criticism o$ ocrates the man a&most disappears a$ter this timeL but there is a noticeab&e pre$erence $or 7&ato or Aristot&e over the e&ements o$ ocratic phi&osophy distinct $rom those o$ his studentsL even into the *idd&e A%es. ocrates be&ieved the best way $or peop&e to &ive was to $ocus on the pursuit o$ virtue rather than the pursuitL $or instanceL o$ materia& wea&th.TECU 'e a&ways invited others to try to concentrate more on $riendships and a sense o$ true communityL $or ocrates $e&t this was the best way $or peop&e to %row to%ether as a popu&ace. TE.U 'is actions &ived up to this: in the endL ocrates accepted his death sentence when most thou%ht he wou&d simp&y &eave AthensL as he $e&t he cou&d not run away $rom or %o a%ainst the wi&& o$ his communityP as mentioned aboveL his reputation $or va&or on the batt&e$ie&d was without reproach. The idea that there are certain virtues $ormed a common thread in ocrates= teachin%s. These virtues represented the most important @ua&ities $or a person to haveL $oremost o$ which were the phi&osophica& or inte&&ectua& virtues. ocrates stressed that 9the unexamined &i$e is not worth &ivin% TandU ethica& virtue is the on&y thin% that matters.9TEBU There shou&d be no doubt thatL despite his c&aim to )now on&y that he )new nothin%L ocrates had stron% be&ie$s about the divine. Accordin% to 6enophonL he was a te&eo&o%ist who he&d that %od arran%es everythin% $or the best.TE-U .
ocrates $re@uent&y says his ideas are not his ownL but his teachers=. 'e mentions severa& in$&uences: 7rodicus the rhetor and Anaxa%oras the phi&osopher. 7erhaps surprisin%&yL ocrates c&aims to have been deep&y in$&uenced by two women besides his mother: he says that ?iotimaL a witch and priestess $rom *antineaL tau%ht him a&& he )nows about erosL or &oveP and that AspasiaL the mistress o$ 7eric&esL tau%ht him the art o$ rhetoric.TE:U ocrates= death is described at the end o$ 7&ato=s 7haedo. ocrates turned down 4rito=s p&eas to attempt an escape $rom prison. A$ter drin)in% the poisonL he was instructed to wa&) around unti& his &e%s $e&t numb. A$ter he &ay downL the man who administered the poison pinched his $ootP ocrates cou&d no &on%er $ee& his &e%s. The numbness s&ow&y crept up his body unti& it reached his heart. hort&y be$ore his deathL ocrates spea)s his &ast words to 4rito: 94ritoL we owe a rooster to Asc&epius. 7&easeL don=t $or%et to pay the debt.9 http://en.wi)ipedia.or%/wi)i/ ocrates 5t was said Fran) at B-L a&& a&one in hope&essness and despair wa&)ed throu%h the ?AJ ?ar) Abyss Jo)e havin% &on% a%o been dia%nosed with rest&ess &e% syndrome and s&eep&ess in the sadd&e havin% discovered http://www.scribd.com/doc/-ICC//BEI/>ar2to2>ar2Sustice24auses2#ccentric2to2 add&e2"p2to2the2>ar 7&otted the inevitab&e $uture avai&ab&e in consistency o$ his eccentric ways
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