What Was Socrates Contributions?

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The Greek philosopher Socrates is most widely known for his contributions to the study of Ethics. In addition, the 'Socratic Method' is still commonly used in academic settings today. This requires taking a problem and breaking it down into questions, then answering each question to find the answer to the problem.
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