What Did Socrates Teach?

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Socrates taught people and many of his students how to think. He usually pointed out the faults in people’s thoughts and understanding of life and society. He eventually became powerful for his thoughts and was hung by the politicians for that; his thoughts were later written by some of his students such as Plato (philosopher).
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preaching. but in athens when he started to question the ways of life in athens they stoned him. but his student( forgot his name) kept preaching socrates words they did not stone
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All knowledge is uncertain.
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Teaching of Socrates was based on how we should live a happy life. Socrates taught that you should know who you are, what you believe and what you want to be for life to be worth living. He taught that the soul is what you really are and being a good person doesn't mean you will not be harmed by others.
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