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However, his plainness is all a part of the Socratic method. The Socratic method in the plainest terms is answering a question with a question. Socrates through the Dialogue professes his own ignorance, he would engage in conversation with someone claiming to be an expert, usually in ethical matters...
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By asking simple questions, Socrates would gradually reveal that his counterpart was in fact very confused and did not know anything about the matter that he claimed to be an expert in.
Euthyphro is the antagonist of the first dialogue and the first to understand how much he doesn't really know. Euthyphro is portrayed as an orthodox and a very religious man, believing that he knows everything there is to know about holy matters...
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