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The Unpopularity of Socrates
recorded for future generations. Sophists were very much disliked in fifth-century Athens as they were seen to distort the truth regarding long-held traditional beliefs. Truths about Gods existence and Gods nature, and some might argue, ethical truths about the way we are to live our lives, there are other domains of truth the Bible does not address-for example, truths about the workings of the physical world. Both their lives and deaths have significantly influenced the people and history that have come after them.
Incredible Impact on Philosophers of Socrates, The Beliefs of Socrates,
Or was there some truth in their claims that he was corrupting young minds? Ironically, our presumed familiarity with what has been revealed actually distances from the truth. In this series of posts (which is a continuation of the series from this summer on the thought. Through the"tion mentioned earlier, that every society has notions of what one should believe and how one should have in order to avoid suspicion and unpopularity (9 Botton illustrates how Socrates was not considered popular among the masses but he was willing. Most of the criticism he received was a result of gossip, and Socrates in the. The idea of unpopularity does not toy into the right minds of humans, as we think of the term as a negative connotation towards our own self-pride and dignity no matter what the reason. In disbelief, Socrates set out to prove the oracle wrong.