1. According to Socrates the difference between himself and his accusers is he is
speaking the truth and the accusers aren’t being truthful.
2. The hardest group of accusers is Antis because they have lied to children
3. Socrates is being charged with corrupting the young and spaking badly about
4. Socrates’ ironic point about Evenus is that they’re proud and conceited.
5. Socrates’ experience with the oracle at Delphi consists of the oracle telling
Socrates there is no wiser man then he is.
6. After hearing the oracle, Socrates plans to find a wiser man than himself to
Show to the oracle.
7. The ironies of Socrates search are he made a lot of enemies rather than
Friends while searching for a wiser man.
8. The major groups visited by Socrates are, Meletus, Antyus, and Lyon.
9. Socrates’ main defense against his first class of accusers is he is speaking the truth
10. Socrates mentions horse trainers because the trainers are good to the horses
11. Meletus’ contradiction is when he speaks about good neighbors do good to
neighbors and bad neighbors do evil to them.
12. Socrates isn’t corrupting the youth intentionally because he is speaking his opinion.
13. Socrates responds to his second group of accusers by telling them not to
prosecute him, but to listen to him.
14. Socrates sees his mission is to fulfill the philosopher’s mission to search into
Himself and to other men.
15. Socrates is like a gadfly because he was brought to the state by God as was
a gadfly was brought by God.
16. Socrates’ service to the state is exhorting virtue to them.
17. Socrates didn’t become a politician because the oracle always forbids him to
do something he is about to do. He wouldn’t have been any use to politics or to himself.
18. Socrates’ distinction about avoiding death and avoiding evil is, to avoid death...
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