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Gorgias by Plato
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Nov 18, 11

Read from November 10 to 18, 2011

Plato, deeply embittered by Socrates' death, draws a portrait of Socrates that is bitchy, sarcastic, and even-for-him incredibly ironic.

Good times.

Unless your name happens to be Callicles, in which case, dude, you are about to get your sophistry-lovin' buttcheeks owned up in the worst possible way.

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