Socrates is a religious Greek philosopher and teacher, which impacts the document's tone by making it condescending of the people of Athens for their myopic views and obstinate behavior.
Great beginning, but WHAT made the Athenian view myopic and their behavior obstinate.
Socrates is a Greek philosopher who teaches the importance of spiritual over material things, which impacts the documents focus by showing how he will not live by their material ways and will die living by the ways of God.
Like a few others, this is good...but is there a better way to demonstrate the POV for Socrates / Plato?
Socrates is a Greek philosopher, and teacher, whose religious FOCUS impacts the document
by showing that he will not live, or teach, the way that the men of Athens wish him to, but only to die knowing that he has done what God gave him the purpose to do.
Socrates is a religious Greek philosopher who believes material items don't matter, this impacts the documents focus by showing he will not betray his spiritual beliefs for the sake of the Greeks material life.
Socrates is a highly respected Hellenistic philosopher idolized for his unique wisdom, virtue, and teaching skills, which impacts the document’s tone by proposing further morals and questions that live on as Socrates’ legacy which he presented even as his last words as he is willingly executed to stand firm for his everlasting beliefs.
Socrates is a Greek Philosopher, and tutor, whose religious FOCUS which impacts the document by letting his people know that he doesn't care about living, nor would he pass on knowledge although he guides the youth into questioning and will die knowing that god gave purpose to him
Socrates is a Greek philosopher and teacher, which effects the document's focus by showing that he refuses to live by the ways of the Athenian men, instead he will chose to live by the way of God or die trying.
Socrates is a Greek philosopher, which impacts his FOCUS on religion and the possession of spiritual knowledge by showcasing that he himself will not live by the ways of the Athens, but instead would rather die by the ways of the Gods, accepting the belief that the Gods are the only ones who can hold true knowledge.
Socrates, an Athenian Philosopher who preferred the wisdom of his Gods, affected the document's remorseless tone by stating the reason behind his acts of "manipulating" the young minds of the Athenian city-state as well as if regret was felt or not. Socrates does this when he mentions that the wisdom he was sharing with the young, that of his Gods of course, was greater than the knowledge the Athenians beheld and also when he refused to hinder his teaching of Philosophy.
Pretty darn good
Socrates is a monotheistic teacher in Greece, which impacts the document's focus by making it entirely based off of a God that he/she believes to always be right and chose the Socrates as a messenger to teach the Greeks about the way to live their life.
Socrates is a religious, Greek mentor, which effects the documents tone because, he is trying to open the mind of his jury by showing that he stands strong for what he believes in, and is not gonna fall to the power of the Athenians.
So the most important aspects to understand Socrates was that he was religious (was he...no), was a mentor, (was he...i guess). What DOES he stand for / believe in? How does this differ from the Athenians?
Socrates was an Athenian philosopher who publicly contradicted and questioned widespread beliefs of Athens; which instilled the documents tone of defiance, when he chose death over the inability to teach, and elaborated on the decision by giving an example.
Socrates was an Athenian philosopher who had a manner of teaching in the form of questioning assumptions of his students which impacts the document's focus in that he would not change his way of teaching and was accused of corrupting his students by simply asking questions.
Socrates, an Athenian philospher and teacher, which impacts the document by making an apology for refusing to believe in Athenian beliefs; for which he had done by persuading the young minds of Athenian societyto believe in a God that he believes in.
Socrates, a great questioner and Greek philosopher, influences the tone of the apology by remaining, somewhat ironically, unapologetic for his actions of inquiring the youth of Athens to take an outside perspective on their society's egocentric views of Athenian democracy and its greatness.
Socrates an Athenian philosopher would rather listen to the wisdom of the gods than his own people affected the documents tone by stating how he questions others wisdom wether if they are wise or not and willing to teach anyone who is willing to listen no matter what comes in his way
Socrates is a Greek philosopher who many look up to an admire for his knowledge and skills. This impacts the documents tone by affecting his views on wisdom and by making others question his method of teaching and spreading his knowledge.
Socrates is a Greek Athenian philosopher, who prefers the wisdom of the gods and philosophical thinking, which altered the documents tone by making Socrates seem like the "bad guy" by influencing young minds to a different way of thinking.
Socrates, an Athenian philosopher whose depiction of knowledge amongst his students solely abided to cross-examinations, affected the document's focus by portraying Socrates' philosophies as harmful because of his youth's inability to come to terms with expressing what little expertise they really had. In essence, this overall critical notion of Socrates' inquisitions neglected his ultimate purpose, to persuade the improvement of all souls, old and young alike.
Socrates, an Athenian Philosopher, who believed more in his personal gods than societies system, impacts the documents tone by explaining the purpose and sacrifices of his contradictory teachings; hoping to persuade Athenians to follow his perspective and philosophies on the improvement of peoples.