Socrates View On Religion

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Socrates is known in today’s world as one of the greatest philosophers in history. Searching for the truth about wisdom, Socrates brought many developing ideas to ancient Athens, not just during his life but even after his death. Examining all sides of an argument, convinced that the “unexamined life is not worth living”, Socrates is known for never placing belief into one thought, therefore, causing confusion with even the simplest of ideas and making his opponents angry. Being a revolutionary thinker, he acknowledged the advantages and significance of analyzing secular components as opposed to committing his life to religion. Socrates’ outright rebelliousness toward religion and tradition being the main purpose of life and thought was so
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