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Piety

Piety

The Greek term "hosion," translated as piety or the pious, encompasses both religious correctness and moral righteousness. Euthyphro initially defines piety narrowly as the correct performance of religious rituals and practices, including the prosecution of wrongdoers. In contrast, Socrates, known for his philosophical inquiries, expands the discussion to consider piety as a broader concept related to moral virtue and righteous living.

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