The Sense of God’s Existence According to Socrates

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How can Socrates believe in God, thus routes of death, while relying only on his senses for knowledge?

Plato, having recorded the workings of a defense against a court of accusations for corruption, explains in The Apology Socrates’ concept that knowledge stems from a justified belief. Although he relies on his senses in order to have an acceptable conclusion based on his true…

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Natalie Jeanne Maddy

Natalie Jeanne Maddy

I try to rouse others to find their truths by writing about my own! Yoga, meditation, and aromatherapy teacher. Author of 5 books — thriller, healing, poetry.