Socrates Aphorism

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Socrates constantly asks questions to which there was no answer. But, following his famous aphorism, "The unexamined life is not worth living," he continued to formulate new and new topics for reflection and discussion. Socrates spent most of his time on the streets of Athens and the market, talking with everyone he met about whether this person knows something. Socrates said, that if there is an afterlife, then the same question he will address to the disembodied spirits of Hell. Sneering at himself, Socrates claimed that he knew nothing. In connection with this, the oracle of Delphi declared Socrates the wisest of men. Because Socrates, although he knew that he knew nothing, while others mistakenly believed that they know something. As
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