Four Dissident Right Philosophers Will Discuss The Trial of SocratesCounter-Currents
The trial of Socrates is a pivotal event in world history. Before Socrates, philosophy had put society on trial. Now society was striking back.
Join Greg Johnson, F. Roger Devlin (author of Sexual Utopia in Power), Mike Maxwell of Imperium Press, and Counter-Currents writer Mark Gullick on Saturday for a lively discussion of our recent release, The Trial of Socrates. All of our panelists have an academic background in philosophy.
From the book’s description:
The Trial of Socrates first presents the case for the prosecution based on Aristophanes’ comedy Clouds, which mocks Socrates as a preacher of atheism and moral corruption. The case for the defense is drawn from five of Plato’s dialogues, which explore the permanent tensions between intellectual freedom and social order, as well as how they might be harmonized.
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