This was a kindle version and included Xenophan's versions of The Symposium and The Apology as well. Of the three "books", I liked The Apology the best. I felt it was honest, heart-felt, and straight-forward. The Symposium was my least favorite as I felt it was very rambling and did not show Socrates in his best light. The Memorable Thoughts I felt truly was a brilliant portrayal of what I would expect to have heard from him. Witty, insightful, straight-forward when possible but with the curveballs when needed to make his point. I'm interested to read Plato's thoughts on Socrates now.
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