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But it is a very important dialogue due to how it shows the methods Socrates used to try to gain wisdom, and gives some insight on his and or Plato's view on holiness altogether. In all, the Euthyphro is a display of how the Socratic method of obtaining wisdom works and it enters into what Socrates and Plato define holiness as...
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Both are surprised to see each other at such a place and Euthyphro is the first to inquire why the other is there. Socrates replies saying he is being prosecuted for corrupting the youth and falsifying new gods by Meletus, a young politician who thinks of Socrates in this way. Socrates half heartedly jokes about this happening by making fun of Meletus's appearance, and states that he thinks the excellence of the youth should be a prime concern...
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