Recommended

The Trial of Socrates Stone, I.F. 1989

From Publishers Weekly
“The philosopher we meet on these pages is an arrogant, bullying elitist who welcomed death and did his best to antagonize the jury that sentenced him,” stated PW. “In this iconoclastic portrait of a secular saint, Socrates emerges as a thoroughly dislikable, albeit superior, man who upheld unpopular truths.”
Copyright 1988 Reed Business Information, Inc.

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