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Socrates begins by asking Meletus if he thinks that Socrates has corrupted the young by "teach[ing] them not to acknowledge the gods which the state acknowledges, but some other new divinities," and Meletus agrees that this is the reason for his accusation. However, Meletus further states that Socrates is a complete "atheist," meaning that he does not believe in god at all...
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This inconsistency in Meletus' answers refute the entire accusation that Socrates is an atheist because Meletus already has established that Socrates teaches "other men to acknowledge some gods, and therefore that [he] does believe in gods, and [is] not an entire atheist." This can also be presented as an argument in which our first premise is (P1) that Atheists do not believe in Gods, our second premise is that (P2) Socrates believes in God, and our conclusion therefore is that (C) Socrates is not an Atheist...
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