Anytus (Ánytos, c. 5th–4th cent. BCE), son of Anthemion, was an ancient Athenian politician. He served as a general in the Peloponnesian War, and was later a leading supporter of the democratic movements in Athens opposed to the oligarchic forces behind the Thirty Tyrants. He is best remembered as one of the prosecutors of the philosopher Socra
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(lived 5th-4th centuries BC) Athenian democrat. With Thrasybulus, he helped to overthrow the Thirty Tyrants
404 BC. He was one of the accusers of Socrates 399 BC, and the Athenians, on repenting of the latter's death, sent...
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(from the article `Plato`) ...can be taught. But it is further interesting for two reasons: it states clearly the doctrine that knowledge is `recollection`; and it introduces ... The fact that one of those who assisted in the prosecution of Socrates and spoke against himAnytuswas a prominent democratic leader makes...
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