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SOCRATOUS

Socrates was an Athenian philosopher (470-399 B.C.). His teaching methods were inductive reasoning, maieutic (midwifery) and dialectic. He was convicted of impiety and he was sentenced to die by drinking poison hemlock. He did not write any work and his ideas were recorded and disseminated by his students. The appeal of his teaching is timeless and universal.

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