In " The Trails and Death of Socrates" we discover Socrates unique approach to philosophy. His method involves questioning people's theories and making them think in order to discover the right answers. Socrates' goals were to achieve more knowledge and at the same time influence other people. I plan to identify and evaluate Socrates practice of philosophy, along with his beliefs and goals.
Socrates lived in Athens during the Periclean Age until his death in 399 B.
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occupation and beliefs, and said he would keep questioning and examining people in his afterlife.
Socrates main objectives in life were the search for knowledge and the quest for the truth. He accomplished these things using his particular approach to philosophy despite the negative attention he received. In the end, Socrates life was a success because he stood up for what he believed in and persuaded almost half of the jury into letting him go.