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Socrates (Greek, died 399 B.C.E.)
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  The death of Socrates.  From a modern painting.  The philosopher is awaiting the cup of hemlock poison which is to bring about his death.  With him are friends, including Plato and his pupil Crito.   Death of Socrates   Socrates
(468-399 BCE)          
  Death of Socrates   Death of Socrates   Socrates
(468-399 BCE)
         
 
 
                     
                     
 
 
 
 
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SOCRATES: Once a word is written, it goes rolling about, comes indifferently among those who understand it and those whom it nowise concerns, and is unaware to whom it should address itself and to whom it should not do so.
 
SOCRATES: The unexamined life is not worth living for a human being.
 
 
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