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Journal: Oriental Reniassance: Innovative, educational, natural and social sciences (Vol.4, No. 2)

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Page : 636-643

Keywords : Socrates; Moral Philosophy; Ethics; Values; moral perfection;

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Socrates' moral philosophy focuses on people's character and lifestyle, pursues truth and wisdom, and emphasizes that people should pursue moral perfection through self-understanding and exploration. His dialogues lead people to think, discover truth, and improve their behavior through questions and inquiries. Socrates' moral philosophy had a profound influence on later philosophers and ethicists. His thoughts were further developed and improved in the philosophical systems of Plato and Aristotle, which had an important impact on the development of Western philosophy and provided an important example for later generations of moral theories

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