Socrates Arguments In Euthyphro's Position

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According to Euthyphro it can be argued that the bible can be used as a foundation to collective set of ethical standards. Frequently ethical standards are a set of myriad principles that people strive for like accountability, generosity, and respect. Throughout the reading Socrates main concern was that Euthyphro was unable to define what holy and unholy was through the divine law. I believe that one of the flaws Socrates found in Euthyphro position was that he did not have any physical evidence like the bible to support his position. Perhaps, this is one of the reasons that at the end Euthyphro contradicts himself since he did not have a scripture and only based his knowledge of the divine law through tails from the Gods. Socrates states,

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