An analysis of philosopher Socrates’ opinion that knowledge is virtue.

A brief examination of Socrates’ main philosophies and his commentary on the concept of knowledge. Compares Socrates’ philosophy about virtue to that written in Plato’s “Meno”. With quotes and commentary from the text.
“Socrates is widely acknowledged as the world’s first philosopher, since he was the first to direct the attention of men from merely focusing on the study of nature to the study of human nature. Indeed, Socrates was the pioneer in moral philosophy for though the Sophists spoke of justice, law and temperance, they were still unable to define such values (The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Heartlight Web site).”