Victor Nuovo: The Socratic Revolution

Why is Socrates so important? Socrates wrote nothing, so we can’t search a body of writing for answers. And the fact that he was written up by a young admirer, Plato (426–346), who in turn became a great philosopher, perhaps the greatest and surely the greatest philosophical writer of all time, only makes things worse.

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