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" Socrates is guilty of crime, first, " for not worshipping the gods whom the city worships, " but introducing new divinities of his own ; next, for "corrupting the youth. The penalty due is — death. "
Plato's Apology of Socrates and Crito - Strona 65
autor: Plato - 1877 - Liczba stron: 125
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A History of Greece, Tom 8

George Grote - 1850
...against him in the following terms : — " Sokrate"s is guilty of crime, first, for not worshiping the gods whom the city worships, but introducing new...corrupting the youth. The penalty due is, death." It is certain that neither the conduct nor the conversation of Sokrate"s had undergone any alteration...
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A History of Greece, Tom 8

George Grote - 1850
...indictment against him in the following terms :— " Sokrate's is guilty of crime, first, for not worshiping the gods whom the city worships, but introducing new divinities of his own—next, for corrupting the youth. The penalty due is, death." It is certain that neither the conduct...
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The Quarterly Review, Tom 88

George Walter Prothero - 1851
...appeared in the presence of the Athenian people the fatal indictment, memorable for all future ages. ' Socrates is guilty of crime, first, for not worshipping...corrupting the youth. The penalty due is — death.' These two accusations at once concentrated upon Socrates all the indefinite odium which had perhaps...
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The London Quarterly Review, Tom 88

1851
...appeared in the presence of the Athenian people the fatal indictment, memorable for all future ages. O • Socrates is guilty of crime, first, for not worshipping...corrupting the youth. The penalty due is — death.' These two accusations at once concentrated upon Socrates all the indefinite odium which had perhaps...
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the new england history, from the discovery of the continent by the northmen ...

charles w. elliott - 1857
...prophecies !" The indictment of Socrates said : — " SOCRATES is guilty of crime, for not worshiping the gods whom the City worships, but introducing new divinities of his own." i And we all know that Demetrius was shocked, because Paul, a wandering preacher from Tarsus, spoke...
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the new england history

charles w. elliott - 1857
...prophecies !" The indictment of Socrates said :—" SOCRATES is guilty of crime, for not worshiping the gods whom the City worships, but introducing new divinities of his own."* And we all know that Demetrius was shocked, because Paul, a wandering preacher from Tarsus, spoke against...
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The New England History: From the Discovery of the Continent by the ..., Tom 1

Charles Wyllys Elliott - 1857
...prophecies !" The indictment of Socrates said :—" SOCRATES is guilty of crime, for not worshiping the gods whom the City worships, but introducing new divinities of his own." 1 And we all know that Demetrius was shocked, because Paul, a wandering preacher from Tarsus, spoke...
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Life, Teachings, and Death of Socrates: From Grote's History of Greece

George Grote - 1859 - Liczba stron: 219
...before the office of the second or king-archon, an indictment against him in the following terms : " Socrates is guilty of crime : first, for not worshipping...new divinities of his own ; next, for corrupting the y6uth. The penalty due is — death." It is certain that neither the conduct nor the conversation of...
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Russell's Magazine, Tom 5

Paul Hamilton Payne - 1859
...office of theKingArchon) the following indictment against him : " Socrates is guilty of crime, firtt for not worshipping the Gods whom the city worships,...introducing new Divinities of his own; next for corrupting ihr, youth. The penalty is—death!" Our surprise is great, not that this charge was urged against...
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A History of the Romans Under the Emperors

1863 - Liczba stron: 511
...obtain his condemnation to death, in the seventieth year of his age, and twenty-fifth of his teaching, 'for not worshipping the gods whom the city worships, but introducing new divinities of his own.' His refusal to use means for saving his life, was also caused by the idea, that this myssterious monitor...
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