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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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The Unitarian, Tom 8

Jabez Thomas Sunderland, Brooke Herford, Frederick B. Mott - 1893
...future ages, never to be forgotten until men forget the inscription placed beneath the crown of thorns : "Socrates is guilty of crime. First, for not worshipping the gods whom the city worships, but introducing deities of his own. Second, for corrupting the youth. The penalty due, which we demand, is Death."...
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Proceedings of the ... Annual Meeting of the Virginia State Bar ..., Tom 8

Virginia State Bar Association - 1895
...ceremonies observed in reaching its conclusions. The accusation of the Athenian was in these words : " Socrates is guilty of crime ; first, for not worshipping...corrupting the youth. The penalty due is death." The accusation of Christ was even less precise. He was charged with blasphemy, and when brought before...
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A History of Greece: For Colleges and High Schools

Philip Van Ness Myers - 1895 - Liczba stron: 577
...greatest moral teacher of pagan antiquity. The double charge upon which he was condemned was worded as follows : " Socrates is guilty of crime, — first,...not worshipping the gods whom the city worships, but in introducing new divinities of his own ; next, for corrupting the youth. The penalty is death." freedom-loving...
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Columbian Cyclopedia

1897
...democracy, that S. was put to •death. BC 399 an indictment was laid against him, in the following terms: ' Socrates is guilty of crime: first, for not worshipping the gods whom the city worships, and for introducing new divinites of his own; next, for corrupt ing the youth. The penalty due is death.'...
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Greece: I. Legendary Greece: II. Grecian History to the Reign of ..., Tom 8

George Grote - 1899
...the office of the second or king-archon, an indictment against him in the following terms " Sokrates is guilty of crime : first, for not worshipping the...city worships, but introducing new divinities of his OWH ; next, for corrupting the youth. The penalty due is — death." It is certain that neither the...
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Lectures on the History of the Jewish Church: The captivity to the Christian era

Arthur Penrhyn Stanley - 1901
...in the presence of the Athenian people the fatal indictment, memorable for all future ages : — ' Socrates is guilty of crime, first, 'for not worshipping the gods whom trie city worships, but ' introducing new divinities of his own ; next for corrupting the ' youth....
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A History of Greece for Colleges and High Schools

Philip Van Ness Myers - 1903 - Liczba stron: 577
...Socrates is guilty of crime, — first, for not worshipping the gods whom the city worships, but in introducing new divinities of his own ; next, for corrupting the youth. The pen- * ally is death." We are surprised that such a man as Socrates should have been the object of...
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ANCIENT HISTORY

PHILIP VAN NESS MYERS - 1904
...Socrates is guilty of crime, — first, for not worshiping the gods whom the city worships, but in introducing new divinities of his own; next, for corrupting the youth. The penalty is death." We are surprised that such a man as Socrates should have been the object of such a prosecution...
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The Eastern Nations and Greece

Philip Van Ness Myers - 1904 - Liczba stron: 367
...Socrates is guilty of crime, — first, for not worshiping the gods whom the city worships, but in introducing new divinities of his own ; next, for corrupting the youth. The penalty is death." We are surprised that such a man as Socrates should have been the object of such a prosecution...
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Ancient History

Philip Van Ness Myers - 1904 - Liczba stron: 639
...Socrates is guilty of crime, — first, for not worshiping the gods whom the city worships, but in introducing new divinities of his own ; next, for corrupting the youth. The penalty is death." We are surprised that such a man as Socrates should have been the object of such a prosecution...
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