Welcome - Plato and the Case of Socrates: Philosophy on Trial CLAS 2365   Plato and the Case of Socrates: Philosophy on Trial
CREDIT HOURS: 3
Socrates (469-399 BCE) never wrote a single word, but posed such threat to Athens that a jury put him to death for the alleged ethical corruption and impiety of his thought. This course will explore the revolutionary life and thought of Socrates, and consider whether the jury's decision against him was justified.
FORMAT: Lecture
CROSS-LISTING: RELS 2365, PHIL 2365