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Unexpected Encounter

Unexpected Encounter

Socrates and Euthyphro cross paths outside the Athenian court. Socrates faces charges of corrupting the youth and impiety, for not adhering the city's religious beliefs and introducing unconventional divine figures. Euthyphro is present to prosecute his own father for the alleged murder of a servant who had killed another slave. Despite the widely held belief that it is impious to accuse one's father, Euthyphro asserts that his action is justified driven by his understanding of religious duty and the need to purify his household of bloodguilt—a concept that challenge traditional Athenian norm.

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