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>be a 70 year old bald-headed fag
>walking around athens bullshitting my way into people's houses
>everyone i talk to wants to die lol
>they all like dem socratic shietttt
>arrested for corrupting the youth
>lol still fuck kids
>can escape, choose not to
>choose not to
>choose not
>But now the time has come to go away. I go to die, and you to live; but which of us goes to the better lot, is known to none but God.

>> No.15167482

Socrates btfo all pagans and Athenians seethed so hard at Socrates (rightly) calling out polytheism/retarded religion and their sophist politicians that they killed him for heresy.

In apology, it was the first time Socrates was to court or convicted of a crime. They couldn’t even decide if Socrates was an atheist or bringing a new pantheon. Showing that they were insecure of their persecution. But they still wanted to get rid of him.

>> No.15167515
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>Socrates dindu nuffin he wuz a good boi he went every Sunday to the temple and smoked weed
>das tyranny man

>> No.15167685

How the fuck did he btfo pagans if he proved his belief in the same silly shit they did only so he could fuck with Meletus one last time before he goes?

>> No.15167700

>But now the time has come to go away. I go to die, and you to live; but which of us goes to the better lot, is known to none but God
Which is this quote from again? I looked for it the other day but couldn't find it.

>> No.15167713

Ever googled you geek?

>> No.15167735

You gave yourself the trouble of replying but not answering my question... Is it really so difficult?

>> No.15167749

Its from the Apology dude

>> No.15167832

Ok thx

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>> No.15168685

The soul that Socrates believed in is much different from the mythology of the time.

>> No.15168710

I like the end of Euthyphro where the dude starts to panic because Socrates is about to steer the conversation into dangerously heretical territory.

>> No.15168757

Not to mention he followed in pythagoras s foot steps and hated beans (fags).

>> No.15168825

This was just like when Ted Bundy told that reporter porn made him do it.
Psychopaths like Socrates get a rise out of toying with others when they're caught red-handed. He was making all of that up to get some laughs before he was (rightfully) executed.

>> No.15168881

This. Not saying it was necessarily a good thing, but Socrates ushered in the slow death of paganism as a worldview.

I personally think he was justifiably sentenced. A change from seeing people as parts of a community to individual moral entities.

>> No.15168898

Does it count as suicide if he willingly drank his death sentence?

>> No.15168909

Socrates is the ultimate chad. He didn't go out crying like a bitch.

>> No.15168916

>The extant sources agree that Socrates was profoundly ugly, resembling a satyr more than a man—and resembling not at all the statues that turned up later in ancient times and now grace Internet sites and the covers of books. He had wide-set, bulging eyes that darted sideways and enabled him, like a crab, to see not only what was straight ahead, but what was beside him as well; a flat, upturned nose with flaring nostrils; and large fleshy lips like an ass. Socrates let his hair grow long, Spartan-style (even while Athens and Sparta were at war), and went about barefoot and unwashed, carrying a stick and looking arrogant. He didn’t change his clothes but efficiently wore in the daytime what he covered himself with at night. Something was peculiar about his gait as well, sometimes described as a swagger so intimidating that enemy soldiers kept their distance. He was impervious to the effects of alcohol and cold weather, but this made him an object of suspicion to his fellow soldiers on campaign.

>> No.15168921

Except when he cried all about his wrongful judgement.

>> No.15168924

Fucking hell, he even had the Chad Stride

>> No.15169095

How so? It seems more like a restatement of a fairly conservative notion that you can find elsewhere.

>> No.15169120

The ending makes him sound like an actual satyr.

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Porn did make him do it. It rots the souls. You hate Platon and the truth which is why you want to kill them. You are the sociopath and you might kill the messenger but truth will never die no matter how you hate it.

>> No.15169162

>truth will never die no matter how you hate it.
Yeah, the truth that the greeks were pretty gay will never die indeed.

>> No.15169234

The ancient greek masses were sodomites and Platon and Socrātes rebuked them. That's why they were reviled and hated. Platon says in numerous dialogues the insanity of lust and explicitly condemns sodomy in Laws.

>> No.15169265

>Alcibiades wanted to get banged by this

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>> No.15169291

Turns out "just b ur self bro" works when you are Socrates

>> No.15169297

Imagine believing this shit hahahaha

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t. malaka

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Stop humiliating yourself, loser. We've got plenty of instances of male lovers even in Plato's works.
>b-but the original text doesn't say homosexuality
it doesn't, but Plato is precisely referencing the Tyrannicides and the fact that despotic governments hated male lovers because of these two lovers who attempted to thwart the athenian tiranny

Also here's a full list of fag relationships, try to disprove them, revisionist moron.

>> No.15169437

I'm convinced that the greeks were actually homos and my life was a lie. I'm going to leave this board forever and off myself because I'm a total fucking faggot who doesn't belong with /lit/ intellectuals. Goodbye.

>> No.15169440

That is a fake quote in your image. The one in the former image is from Laws and is clearly real. The rest of your argument is cope by sickos with interpretive lisence (DUDE YOU SEE HISTORIANS THINK THIS DUDE WAS A MASSIVE HOMOPHOBE SO THATS WHY PLATO MUST HAVE SAID THIS LET ME PUBLISH THIS PSEUD THEORY IN MY QUEER STUDIES JOURNAL) and deliberate mistranslation of the word love to imply romantic and sexual connections which clearly isn't what Platon meant.


Platon would have had sodomites executed in his Republic.

>> No.15169460

Read symposium vlakadi

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you're a fucking moron

>> No.15169479

>reading translations
never was gonna make it in the first place. sodomite cope.

>> No.15169482

Plato didn't say this. This quote was a part of Phaedrus's speech, recorded by Plato in the Symposium. Plato wasn't even there.

>> No.15169488

>doesn't know Plato used his characters as mouthpieces
i can't even

>> No.15169496

The quote was out of context and deliberately misconstrued so as to give an endorsement of the vile practice of men having 'sex' with men. You're the moron.

>> No.15169506

TIL that Plato agreed with Thrasymachus

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this is what grasping at straws look like

>> No.15169522

>all characters are his mouthpiece
Wrong. The fact that he contradicts this in Laws is proof that Phaedreus was not Plato or representative of his thought.

>> No.15169524

go back to r/christianity

>> No.15169527

>this is what projecting looks like

>> No.15169530

Yeah i'm pretty sure that all his dialogues about his friends nodding a hundreds times at him were totally realistic dialogues.
You can cope all you want but it won't change the fact that bisexuality was the norm in the ancient world.

>> No.15169539

It was the norm which is why Plato rebuked it.

>> No.15169550

>rebukes it in 2 dialogues out of dozens of dialogues
>all that lusting after Allcibiades was just a prank lol

>> No.15169589

>a sick mind seeing sick things
cope. you better get some spiroacotone or kill yourself, sodomite.

>> No.15169615

>not a sick mind
you're so fucking sad

>> No.15169628

>nooooo you must be an incel if you hate sodomy

>> No.15169641

I said that in another thread, only a fucking sperglord would seethe so hard at other people's sexual preferences.

>> No.15169770

Thrasymachus and Callices were spot on. Socrates just threw a bunch of spooks and then ranted about an afterlife divine punishment (doesn't exist).

>> No.15169781

Socrates' speech in Symposium is anti-homosexuality. The pro- one is from a different guy, Euryximachus or something.

>> No.15169797

>its just a preference bro not a gross insult against nature impelled by my slavery to pleasure

>> No.15169805

It's real but not from Socrates' speech. Plato generally used Socrates to portray his own ideas.

>> No.15169813

It is Alcibiades that lusts after Socrates, who in turn rebukes him.

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>Platon and Socrātes

>> No.15169838

Heh heh funny meme image

>> No.15169882

seething bugman homo

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