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how did socrates challenge the values of the people of athens?

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    Socrates kept questioning people until the discovered truths for themselves.

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    Socrates wanted people to consider the true meaning of qualities such as justice and courage.Athens valued the arts.

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    thanks alot!!!!now I am almost done with my hmwk!!!

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