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Dialogues of Socrates’ Dog

Socrates and his Method with his Dog

Socrates, first posing the question “Who’s a good boy?”

I was laying outside in the shade of an amphora and awaiting for the wisest man in Athens to come home. Objectively, it had been a very long day (this was before we knew that time was relative). I was a bit tired due to having spent large portions of the afternoon dealing with the cat, who was a Cynic, which as you can imagine is very exhausting. I tried to be Stoic about it.

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Letting creative juices flow.

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Scott Stavrou

Scott Stavrou

Writer (Losing Venice, a novel) & Writing Coach | American abroad | PEN Hemingway Award | ScottStavrou.com | http://bit.ly/LosingVenice

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