Paintsville’s Christian Keeton, Class of 2019

There was a Greek Philosopher who was tried, in essence, for proclaiming himself the smartest person alive. This, of course was an offense against the Emperor as to proclaim yourself smarter than he would deny his supposed divinity. He was tried for two offenses, asebeia (impiety) against the pantheon of Athens, and corruption of the youth of the city-state, and Plato, another famous Greek Philosopher, observed and recorded the proceedings. He was convicted and executed but that really isn’t

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