Plato's () is an account of Socrates's (unsuccessful) speech in his own defense before the Athenian jury; it includes a detailed description of as he practiced it, together with a passionate declaration of its value for life.
Our best sources of information about Socrates's philosophical views are the early dialogues of his student, who attempted there to provide a faithful picture of the methods and teachings of the master.
ESSAYS ON THE PHILOSOPHY OF SOCRATES EDITED BY Hugh H
1. In the Euthyphro does Socrates present his own account of piety or just destroy the accounts offered by Euthyphro? If so what is his account of piety? Of use in this assignment is the essay by Mark L. McPherran “Socratic Piety in the Euthyphro” in Benson ed. Essays on the Philosophy of Socrates (Oxford 1992) and/ or the sources listed under Resources for this section)