Defence of Socrates, Euthyphro, Crito by Plato, Oxford World’s Classics edition, book review

Well translated and the notes help to expand on the arguments being had in these three dialogues. The first Dialogue is Euthyphro, and concerns a young man of the same name as the dialogue, he is planning to take his father to court for murder and thinks that bringing justice by prosecuting his father is … Continue reading Defence of Socrates, Euthyphro, Crito by Plato, Oxford World’s Classics edition, book review

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#191 – Boredom

Boredom makes the strongest weak: Base desires, self-destruction we seek. What can we do when our heart is wrapped in boredom? And when she you lust is dressed in boredom? Indulge, just for a single stupid fleeting moment, Ruin your life and what you built. Was it worth it? No, but you'd do it again; … Continue reading #191 – Boredom

Castile.

Chapter one - Tyranny: The prince walked back and forth, pacing up and down his dinning hall. He had been doing this for some time. His well-made leather boots making a violent clinking and clicking noise as the metal grips on them makes contact with the floor. The prince is dressed in his light battle … Continue reading Castile.