Socrates established that this was one of his principles. H further explained that the bad opinions need no consideration, bt good ones need careful deliberation. H explained that this was the reason for him not escaping to a nearby safe country. H took one-step further and stated that his opinions are better than the rest, snce he regarded himself as a wise man. Te opinions of unwise people are evil and therefore require no attention. Netzsche discovered Socrates as a typical criminal. Netzsche validates this fact by stating that Apology, Scrates, i the presence of judges confronted everyone without any sort of fear or remorse.
B defiantly asking Meletus to name the improver of the youth, h implied that he was the youth’s corrupter. Frthermore, oe of the foreigners also told Socrates that he was full of worst appetites and vices. A this remark, Scrates actually agreed with the foreigner, sating ‘You know me sir’, sowing that someone who barely knew Socrates also found him to be a criminal. Mreover, Netzsche also used the appearance of Socrates to that since Socrates was so ugly, h was ugly in spirit, a well, a elucidated by ‘monstrous in appearance, mnstrous in spirit.
Scrates was quite erotic, a mentioned by Nietzsche. H told men of Athens that he was not going to change his way of living, een if he had to die many times. H told people not to interrupt him, wile he was delivering his speech, a shown in Apology in these lines ‘And I must remind you that you are not to interrupt me if I speak my accustomed manner’.
(alter and Hollingdale, 162). H claimed that he might be a corrupter of youth by stating that he never misled them intentionally. B asking Meletus, te name of the improver of the youth indicates that he accepted himself to be there corrupter. H did not listen to his friend, Cito’s advice, b believing that he was guided by reason. H took Crito’s help as vanity and amusement because he stated that he was just being frightened like a child via death, iprisonments and confiscations. Frthermore, h refused to escape, een though he was advised by Crito to undertake this for the sake of his children.
Prhaps, tis is why he is also regarded as a corrupter of youth. Mreover, h appealed to the competitive side of the Greeks, snce the Greeks of those times were highly proud of their rich culture. Scrates...
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