Sócrates é culpado, diz o professor Paul Cartledge

The Death of Socrates, Jacques Louis David (& studio?), ca. 1782. [https://bit.ly/2POAzFC]

In a new study launched today (Monday, June 8th, 2009), Cambridge University classicist Professor Paul Cartledge claims that, rather than being a farce, Socrates’ trial was legally just and that he was guilty as charged

«The corruption charge is seen as particularly important. Athens in 399BC had been hit by successive disasters – plague, internal political strife and a major military defeat by Sparta aided by Persian money. Claiming that Socrates’ teachings created political deviants made him a convenient scapegoat for some of these problems.»


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