How does Socrates describe his accusers in Plato's Apology?

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The Three Accusers of Socrates The Royal Stoa in Athens, where Meletus presented his charges against Socrates
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... 42a in Plato's The Apology. ... Socrates warns his accusers that in ... maintaining his position. The fact is, Socrates does show ...
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Commentary on Plato's Apology of Socrates. ... This is a fundamental feature of the Apology: his accusers ... How "worthless" does Socrates really think ...
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The Apology, written by Plato in the wake of ... How does his response affect the ... as though they were my legal accusers: Socrates is guilty of ...
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Aristophanes' writings describe Socrates running a ... the challenges of his accusers. Socrates was also ... in Plato's 'Phaedo'. The Apology.
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The Apology is Plato’s account of Socrates’ defense speech before the Athenian ... Socrates divides his accusers into two ... Socrates does precisely ...
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