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Rather than writing books and recording his thoughts himself, he
orally passed on his thoughts to many young people of his time, one of
which is Plato. Socrates felt so strongly bout his beliefs, that he
lived by them, and in doing so, became the first martyr in history to die
for philosophical beliefs...
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By teaching Plato his concepts and beliefs,
Socrates greatly influenced Western thought and philosophy.
Socrates' thoughts were more associated with man, instead of
nature and man's surroundings. He also lead discussions about man's
feelings, soul, and actions. Philosophers before Socrates speculated
about the natural universe, but Socrates made them realize their absence
of any agreed standard of truth...
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