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PHI 103 Week 2 Assignment 1
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He refutes these accusations by highlighting the years of gossip and prejudice that he had been party to. He reminded his judges that they had been exposed to the court of public opinion, where they were inundated with these rumors. He related Chaerephon's encounter with the Oracle at Delphi, in which he asked if there was anyone wiser than Socrates. She responded in the negative, puzzling Socrates, as he knew that he knew nothing After learning of this, Socrates went to politicians, poets, and craftsmen; after interrogating them in an attempt to clarify the meaning of the Oracles' words, he determined the politicians to be imposters, poets to be unable to understand their own profession's products, and that craftsmen were pretentious. 

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