THE SOCRATED PROCESS
Motivation: The complex personality of Socrates, his trial and his death, are almost two and a half millennia since the event of 399 BC, a good opportunity to turn our attention to them. Socrates’s trial is a thought-driven process that searches the truth beyond the image imposed on society by ruling mediocrity.
Conclusions: Socrates’ conviction requires two conclusions: Judging by the current rules, the trial was a legal error, but, starting from what Tucidides wrote that the Athenian Melos had told them, it was an act of normality, That “as we all know, the great ones do what they can, and the little ones suffer what they have to suffer” (Tucidide, Peloponesiac War, non vidi). Corruption, jealousy, false witnesses have always existed, and this demonstration has also been demonstrated. Socrates, despite the tragic end (for us, today – n.m.), imposes his viewpoint through his disciples: Xenophon, Plato, etc.