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Chi è più sapiente? Colui che dice di sapere o colui che sa di non sapere? Su questo bivio del pensiero Socrate ha fondato la sua vita e imposta ora la sua autodifesa: stringente, appassionante, inoppugnabile. La fine è nota. E tuttavia Socrate non perde la sua forza: perché anche la morte può essere un'avventura, di silenzio o di conversazione. Dalle voci di Gabriele Marchesini (Socrate) e Emanuele Marchesini (Meleto), nella traduzione classica di Francesco Acri, un capolavoro della filosofia e della letteratura, disegnato in una prosa limpidissima. Per i secoli a venire, la difesa del giusto di fronte all'ingiustizia.
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Who is wiser? The man who says he knows or the man who knows he does not know? On this crossroads of thought, Socrates founded his life and bases his self-defense here: cogent, engrossing, indisputable. The end is known. Socrates, however, does not lose his strength: because even death can be an adventure, of silence or conversation. From Gabriele Marchesini's (Socrates) and Emanuele Marchesini's (Meletus) voices, in Francesco Acri's classic translation, a masterpiece of philosophy and literature, drawn in a crystal clear prose. For the oncoming centuries, the defense of the just before injustice.
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Please note: This audiobook is in Italian.
Public Domain (P)2013 Quondam Project
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