Phaedo

The Last Hours of Socrates

Plato and Others
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Publisher Description

A number of friends gather Socrates in his cell, including his old friend Crito and two Pythagorean philosophers, Simmias and Cebes. Socrates begins, as usual, the story by saying that suicide is wrong, because a true philosopher must wait for death and not cause it voluntarily. The soul is immortal, and the philosopher spent his life in the form, so that it detaches from the body’s needs. The thesis of the immortality of the soul is put in four points.

GENRE
Nonfiction
RELEASED
2016
November 18
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
172
Pages
PUBLISHER
Sheldon Henneberry
SELLER
Glen Henneberry
SIZE
857.2
KB

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