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Sep 22, 2021

[Answer] Which philosopher said “The unexamined life is not worth living”?

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...Socrates was an Athenian and one of the most influential teachers in all of ancient Greece. Among his students were great philosophers like Plato and famous politicians like Alcibiades. Because he questioned everything and everyone, however, he became deeply unpopular. But for Socrates, a life without philosophy was not a real life at all. He remained committed to asking the big questions for his entire life.




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Socrates:


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