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Quando una nave arriverà da Delo, Socrate dovrà morire. Bisogna forse sottrarsi a questo destino, come vorrebbero gli amici? Ma così verrebbe negato tutto quanto Socrate ha costruito nella sua vita, tutto il patrimonio di coerenza e dirittura morale che lo ha sempre contraddistinto e guidato. No, si deve affrontare ciò che è stato deciso secondo la legge, quella legge che è ossatura e anima dell'amata città. A chi piacerebbe una città senza leggi?
Dalle voci di Gabriele Marchesini (Socrate) e Renzo Morselli (Critone), nella traduzione classica di Francesco Acri, un folgorante esempio di dialettica, un'opera alta e toccante che ancora una volta illumina la grandezza di Socrate.
Tracklist, credits e molto altro su quondamaudiobooks.com. Ideato da RavennaPoesia. Una produzione Quondam & Parametri Musicali.
When a ship comes from Delos, Socrates will have to die. Shall he escape his fate, as his friends would like? But in that case all that Socrates constructed in his life would be negated, all the wealth of consistency and moral rectitude that has always characterized and guided him. No, what was decided according to the law must be confronted since the law is the framework and soul of the beloved city. Who would like a lawless city?
From Gabriele Marchesini's (Socrates) and Renzo Morselli's (Criton) voices, in Francesco Acri's classic translation, a dazzling example of dialectic, a high and touching work that once again illuminates Socrates' greatness.
Tracklist, credits, and much more at quondamaudiobooks.com. Created by RavennaPoesia. A Quondam & Parametri Musicali production.
Please note: This audiobook is in Italian.
Public Domain (P)2013 Quondam Project
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