Socrates brave hero

Socrates brave hero


Socrates brave hero

Socrates brave hero Socrates served as a hoplite (army infantryman) in his youth. Alcibiades says of this period of Socrates’ life: “He was very resilient. Sometimes there was no food and we were left without food. In such cases, which often occur during war, Socrates was superior not only to me but above all. No one was comparable to him His strength in enduring the cold was also amazing.

The frost was hard because the winter in that area was really cold, and everyone either stayed at home or went out; They wore a lot of clothes and wrapped their legs in wool or felt. At such times, Socrates, with his bare feet and ordinary clothes, walked better on the ice than the other soldiers, and the soldiers looked at him with anger and resentment; “Because Socrates seemed to humiliate them.”

His friends and compatriots praised his courage and resilience during the siege of Putidaya during the Socrates brave hero Brave Battle of the Peloponnesian War. The courage he showed in those wars made him a prominent figure.

the wise Agora

Socrates, the wise Agora

Socrates’ thoughts understood the concept of humanity. Until then, most of the efforts of philosophers and thinkers have been about the world and what it is, and what materials it consists of and what its main substance is. But he declared that cosmology should be abandoned and returned to man, his motto was to know yourself.

In the Athenian market (Agora), Socrates gathered young people and thinkers around him, dragging them under the shadow of temples and asking them to define their words and phrases. He encouraged his Athenian compatriots to question and evaluate their gods, their values, and themselves. Seeing that people talk about justice easily, he gently asked what it was. This honor, virtue, morality and patriotism that you are talking about; What is?

The young people who gathered around Socrates were from different groups: the rich, such as Plato and Alcibiades, who enjoyed Socrates’ satirical analysis of Athenian democracy; The likes of Antisthenes, who praised Master’s indifference and turned it into a religion; And anarchists (in modern parlance) like Aristotle, who dreamed of a world in which there would be no slaves, no bosses, no subjects, and everyone would be completely free like Socrates.

The immense respect and affection that Socrates had for his disciples, not only because of his glorious history on the battlefield, or his disregard for the manifestations of the world; Rather, it was because of Socrates’ humility in reason and wisdom. He did not claim wisdom, but only said that he pursued it with enthusiasm. The origin of his philosophy was the confession of his ignorance, as he said, “I know I do not know.”

Socrates trial:

The great Greek philosopher Socrates chanted slogans encouraging his Athenian citizens to question and evaluate their gods, their values, and themselves. In 399 BC, Socrates was accused of corrupting the youth.

His other charge was disbelief in the gods. Socrates was summoned to court and the judges demanded the Socrates brave hero death penalty for Socrates. While his disciples offer him escape, he prefers death to escape. His disciple Plato describes the life and trial of his master in the treatises Apology, Creighton, and Phaedo.

Introduction to the life of Socrates, about the biography of Socrates
Socrates praises the jailer in front of his disciples and calls him a gentleman

Execution of Socrates:

After explaining why he turned down the offer to flee, Socrates told his disciples, “Do not worry and tell yourself that you will only bury my body.”

Plato writes in Phaedo’s conversation that after saying these words, Socrates goes to another room to take a bath. After bathing, he stays in the same room for a while until he returns to his students near sunset. At that moment, the jailer arrives and tells Socrates that he considers him the most noble, honorable and best person who has come to this prison. “I know that even in this situation you will not be angry with me and your anger will be directed at the real criminals you know.” The jailer then leaves sadly.

Socrates praises the jailer in front of his disciples and calls him a gentleman. He then asks Creto to bring him the cup of poison. Creto tells Socrates not to hurry because the sun is still on the hill and Socrates still has time to live; People in his position eat and drink well first, and some even make love.

Socrates replies: “Those who do so are not without reason; Because they think they will benefit from it… I do not see any benefit in eating the cup of poison later. If I eat a little later it will make fun of me; “Because I will show interest in life and save for myself what I think is nothing.”

Socrates asks a servant in prison what he should do, and he replies that he has nothing to do but swallow the poison and walk for a while to feel heaviness in his leg, after which he must lie down to do the poison.

Socrates does this amidst the shouts and cries of the disciples, his body gradually becoming cold and numb. His last words were, “O Creto, we must give a rooster to Asclepius; “Do not forget to practice your religion.” Explain that the ancient Greeks, because they were cured Socrates brave hero of the disease, vowed roosters to Asclepius; And he was healed of the fever of life.

A moment later Socrates shakes and his eyes remain motionless.

Pure knowledge is not placed in impure hearts. Socrates

Socrates’ words, instructive sentences

If you want to know the universe, know yourself. Socrates

Socrates’ words, instructive sentences

The only good in the world, cognition and knowledge; And the only evil is ugliness. Socrates

Socrates’ words, instructive sentences

As long as man is alive, it is difficult for him to understand that he must die in order to be immortal; Do not die after that. Socrates

instructive sentences

Socrates’ words, instructive sentences

I am as honest as I can be, but since I have no money, I can do nothing but praise. Socrates

Socrates’ words, instructive sentences

There is only one good which is called knowledge and there is only one evil which is called ignorance. Socrates brave hero Socrates

Socrates’ words, instructive sentences

Do not be afraid of death, the bitterness of which is due to the fear of it. Socrates

Socrates’ words, instructive sentences

The sweetest deaths are those from whom great deeds have been infused and their great aspirations fulfilled. Socrates

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