What is Socrates’ explanation of why the virtuous life is to be preferred and fostered? What rewards can the just person expect, both in this life and in the next?

What is Socrates’ explanation of why the virtuous life is to be preferred and fostered? What rewards can the just person expect, both in this life and in the next?

 

Solution

Socrates a name even pronounced with great respect is a Greek philosopher who considered that human beings should lead a life full of virtue which leads to all other happiness in the future.According to Socrates the only way to learn virtue is through knowledge.He considers the following characters to

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