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           THE UNJUST EXECUTION OF SOCRATES

                    Michael Turack

                  Professor Pierson

                   History 

               The University of Toledo

                       4/28/92

 In the vortex of life, many evils have transpired.

Vices such as plagues, unforeseen deaths, and corruptness.

Among the tragic acts of malefic proportion was the death of

the Greek philosopher, Socrates. He tried to prove and

invalidate many theories through reasoning, and he was

murdered for his beliefs. His execution was not justified

because the charges that were brought against him were false

and...

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