Comparing Plato's 'Euthyphro And Socrates'

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Kimberly Hancock 9-26-2015 Phil 1301_03 Argument Paper In the book Euthyphro by Plato, Euthyphro and Socrates have many different arguments over what it means to be pious. One of those arguments starts with Socrates proposal that ‘piety is not the care of the Gods’. To get to this conclusion you start off with the premise, to care for something is to make it better. Then, God’s cannot be made better. So therefore, we cannot care for the God’s. Also, we can be pious, but therefore, piety is not the care for the God’s. The first premise that it stated in this argument, ‘to care for something is to make it better’, seems to make this argument invalid. I think that Socrates does not think that Euthyphro’s meaning of caring for the God’s is

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