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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 Americana: A Universal Reference Library, Comprising the Arts ..., Tom 19

Frederick Converse Beach, George Edwin Rines - 1912
...terms : "Socrates is guilty of crime, first, for not worshipping the gods the city worships, and for introducing new divinities of his own ; next, for corrupting the youth. The penalty due is death." These are virtually the same charges as were laid against him by Aristophanes more than 20 years earlier....
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Socrates, Master of Life

William Ellery Leonard - 1915 - Liczba stron: 118
...portico are the following words : "INDICTMENT. "Socrates 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. Penalty : DEA TH." Tradition has it that Socrates had offended Anytus, a rich dealer in leather, by...
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Socrates, Master of Life

William Ellery Leonard - 1915 - Liczba stron: 118
..."INDICTMENT. "Socrates is guilty of crime: first for not worshiping the gods whom the city zvorships, but introducing new divinities of his own; next for corrupting the youth. Penalty : DEATH." Tradition has it that Socrates had offended Anytus, a rich dealer in leather, by...
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The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge, Tom 25

1920
...terms : "Socrates is guilty of crime, first, for not worshipping the gods the city worships, and for introducing new divinities of his own ; next, for corrupting the youth. The penalty due is death.8 These are virtually the same charges as laid against him by Aristophanes more than 20 years...
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The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge, Tom 25

1920
...terms : "Socrates is guilty of crime, first, for not worshipping the gods the city worships, and for introducing new divinities of his own ; next, for corrupting the youth. The penalty due is death.8 These are virtually the same charges as laid against him by Aristophanes more than 20 years...
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Proceedings of the ... Annual Session of the Bar Association of Arkansas, Tom 11

Bar Association of Arkansas - 1908
...charge : "Socrates is guilty of crime. First, tor not worshiping the gods the city worships and for introducing new divinities of his own. Next, for corrupting the youth. The penalty due is death." The various methods of criminal trials under the early Celtic, Saxon and Norman laws as they prevailed...
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Famous Greek Personalities

...terms; "Socrates is guilty of crime; first, for not worshiping the gods whom the city worships, and for introducing new divinities of his own; next for corrupting the youth. The penalty due is death." The trial took place before a court composed of citizen-judges, like our juries, but far more numerous;...
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The Eclectic Review, Tom 3;Tom 116

William Hendry Stowell - 1862
...the portico of King Archon — the gate of judgment for such offences in Athens — the following : ' Socrates is guilty of crime ; first, for not worshipping the gods whom the city worships, but introducing divinities of his own ; next, for corrupting the youth : the penalty due is DEATH.' When Paul on Mars'...
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