BC: Socrates lead to his own path to pursuit of wisdom. He went in various directions started by interacting with people. Socrates found his pursuit of wisdom by interacting with others and knowing each one's thought and definition. Socrates finalized his pursuit of truth, right before his death, where truth always makes a person innocent.
FC: Socrates Project By Dahsom Choi
2: Socrates was born in 469 BCE in Athens, Greece. He was born to a poor family consisting of three family members, including him.
3: Socrates was known to be taught basic education by his father, Sophroniscus, a sculptor. | During the fought as a solider in the During the Peloponnesian War, Socrates fought as a solider in the army. army.
4: After the war he devoted his time to the pursuit of wisdom. Socrates’ pursuit of truth began with what Socrates called the “divine command.” He would go out and interact with many people in any social status/class and discuss various topics including love, religion, politics, and much more.
5: Socrates taught his own students by engaging in a topic and to lead to an inductive argument. He taught his students to comprehend, think more clearly, and discover the hidden truth by careful reasoning. The topics wouldn’t be any subjects that will be easy to compromise but a topic that would have more definitions to their own.
6: “As for me, all I know is that I know nothing.” –Socrates
7: The truth is that no one knows. Even Socrates believed he knew nothing, which means that no one really knows the truth. They only know a little so how can anyone know?
8: Socrates believed that he knew very little, and one of the steps to his pursuit of truth. He tried to convince and persuade many people that they knew very little, too, which caused people to get annoyed of him.
9: Socrates believed what he called right and wrong was right to him.
10: Another step towards his quest to truth was that he believed to achieve the ultimate goal of happiness is taken by the person’s actions. If the person is very precise and thinks clearly about this topic then the person will result in better chances of making decisions to the ultimate goal of happiness.
11: In Socrates’ life, Socrates disrespected the gods and thought negatively of the gods, which lead him to many things in his life, well one thing. It lead the members of the 500 Council to make Socrates get killed. Even though he had many chances to escape, he decided what the right thing to do was. So he remained to his own teaching, and decided to be an innocent person, so he obeyed the laws of the state.