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    Socrates - Introduction to the philosopher by Thomas C. Brickhouse and Nicholas D. Smith.

    Socrates: Philosophy's Martyr - Substantial excerpts from a new book for the general reader. Plus a hypertext guide to web resources

    Greek Philosophy (Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy) - Brief article outlining the history of Greek philosophy. From the Timeline of Western Philosophy.

    Hippias: Limited Area Search of Philosophy on the Internet - Search results from Hippias. Hippias is a search engine dedicated to philosophy. NOTE: Most results are generated by the works of Plato, in which Socrates was a prominent figure.

    Socratic Ignorance in Democracy, the Free Market, and Science - Article taking the philosopher's views as starting points to examine democracy, caitalism, and science.

    Article: "Responding to Socrates Pedagogical Provocation" by Anne-Marie Bowery - ABSTRACT: In this paper I examine the text of the Symposium to illustrate two non-philosophical responses to Socrates pedagogical provocation. While Apollodorus and Aristodemus, two Socratic disciples, demonstrate their erotic commitment to Socrates, they do not practice philosophy. In the first section I analyze Aristodemus and Apollodorus emotional attachment to Socrates. In the second section, I examine the nuances of the narrative frame of the Symposium. In the third section, I interpret Platos rhetorical use of anonymity as a strategy designed to mitigate against the dangers of discipleship.

    Comments on the Euthyphro - An analysis of the arguments in the 'Euthyphro' by Kelley Ross.

    Last Days of Socrates, The - Online texts of the Apology, Crito, Euthrypho, and Phaedo. Includes Jowett notes, as well as notes and drawings to aid the reader new to Greek philosophy. Also includes a glossary of terms and names.

    Lecture Notes: - Lecture outlining why virtue is so important to happiness in Plato's "Euthydemus" by Ralph Wedgewood, MIT

    Socrates - Information on what we know of Socrates and his philosophical method.

    Article: "Socrates' Last Error" by Miroslav Ivanovic - ABSTRACT: In the dialogue, Crito, Socrates justified his decision to accept his death penalty. His decision was praised as principled and just. However, such a view was one of the greatest myths in the history of philosophy. Contrary to the accepted ideas, I wish to show that Socrates argument was erroneous, the crucial error being his failure to distinguish between substantial and procedural justice. In fact, the whole of the Crito refers to some deeper problems of the philosophy of law and morality.

    Spelunking with Socrates - Study of Socratic Pedagogy in Plato's Republic. From the 20th WCP site. By Victor Boutros, Baylor University.

    Attitudes of Socrates by Sanderson Beck. - Comprehensive essay concerning the characteristics and life-style of Socrates

    How Socrates Taught by Sanderson Beck - Essay explaining Socrates' teaching style and methods.

    Commentary on the Apology - A line by line analysis of the 'Apology' by Kelley Ross

    Was Socrates A Psychological Hedonist? - An informative essay concerning Socrates' denial of weakness of the will.

    Socrates Biography - Top Cassette - Life, Teachings, Quotations, Speech, Death of Socrates

    Socrates: Philosophical Life - Article outlining Socrates' thought and place in philosophy. Includes excellent links to related topics.

    The Socratic Elenchus as a Search for Truth - A paper describing the function of the elenchus in Socrates' philosophy.

    NOESIS - Plato search engine. Results for "Socrates". NOTE: Most results are generated by the works of Plato, in which Socrates was a prominent figure.

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