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I LOVED THIS BOOK. SOCRATES, HERODOTUS AND THUCYDIDES ALL LIVED THROUGH THE TIME COVERED. DESPITE MY BACK GROUND IN CLASSICS, THIS BOOK GAVE NEW VITAL DIMENSIONS TO THIS PERIOD... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jan
This is an excellent book about Socrates. The feel of the philospher's Athens can be felt as you turn the pages. Very readable and recommended.Published 3 months ago by Christina Kendall
How better for what it purports to be. The characters I have studied for so long came alive and became immediate familiars.. Read morePublished 8 months ago by LJP
When Martin Cohen, the editor of The Philosopher, asked me to review this book, I offered him some criticism that he included in his introduction to the book in the spring issue... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Peter Hubral
Crisp and snazzy writing weaving a compelling story. Not exactly an analysis of Socrates' philosophy, though there is some of that, but a vivid painting of life, history, and... Read morePublished 11 months ago by BAR
Only recieved it on 22nd but already well into the book and looks to be everything I was hoping for xPublished 12 months ago by david p harrison
Just on the last few days of a month travelling around Greece, reading this book and walking in the footsteps of Socrates. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Wakita
I learned many things from this book but it was not as interesting as I had hoped in spite of the author's efforts to make it lively.Published 13 months ago by mary smith