It's a classic brilliant book. Everyone should read this book, and more than once. I highly recommend it for your edification and pleasure.Published 7 months ago by Marilyn Bachrack
Another perspective on Socrates. A great book from a great writer. Times may change, however politics do not. A good read.Published 10 months ago by Mark Tosi
Stone answers a host of puzzles about the life and trial of Socrates. His book is well researched and highly insightful.Published 12 months ago by CEC
A fascintaing premise focisning on the political aspect of Socrates and presents a well crafted perspective of the citizens of Athens during the time before and during the time of... Read morePublished on December 17, 2012 by Don L.
the whole purpose of those book is somehow create sublimial messaging to the reader. he somehow tries to demean christianity in the fact that pegans were more "open to other... Read morePublished on June 26, 2012 by tocquevillereborn
Must be read as a companion to Plato's Republic (another essential book). This book was advertised as a "Case for the Prosecution" of Socrates upon its initial publication.. Read morePublished on January 17, 2011 by P'chez Sabine
I bought the hardback edition of this book for a song at a used bookstore - it was brand new - for this price. It is a fantastic book. Read morePublished on September 29, 2010 by Michael L. Sweet
In I.F. Stone's first book, The Hidden History of the Korean War, he pieced together a hamhanded defense of North Korean tactics under Kim Il Sung using American secondary sources... Read morePublished on December 16, 2009 by Avery Morrow