Socrates on the Fear of Death: In the Apology (29a–b), what is Socrates’s argume

Socrates
on the Fear of Death: In
the Apology (29a–b), what is Socrates’s argument for why one should not
fear death? How does this argument draw on Socrates’s explication of philosophy,
wherein he distinguishes three things “called wisdom”? And how does his argument and his definition
of philosophy shed light on what he is doing at 40c to the end of the Apology
in response to the jury’s sentencing him to death?

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