Enacting Socrates’ Apology

For students in my Ancient Philosophy class, as we mourn the death of Socrates and look ahead to learn from his pupil Plato:  I offer up this abridged performance of the Apology of Socrates given at his trial.  By the end of the semester, I hope that you may be able to name for what virtue, noble cause, or idea you would be willing to speak words like Socrates does to his fellow Athenians.

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