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Socrates


On February 15, 399 BC, the Greek philosopher Socrates was sentenced to death in Athens for impiety and corruption of the minds of youth, forcing him to drink a mixture of poison hemlock. Socrates was renowned for being the first moral and ethical philosopher, who examined concepts such as good and justice.

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