It is not living that matters, but living rightly.

What does this quote mean?

Socrates is saying that if you are not doing good and living your life the way you want to, then that life isn't worth living. Socrates makes people think about simple things that could have a deeper meaning. Like in this example, the quote is only a couple words and could mean something very simple but could also be thought about in a much deeper way. Socrates' quotes are all about the perspective of the reader.

What does this quote relate to?

This quote can relate to Greek Humanism because living rightly is perfecting the human form. It can also relate to society because the people living rightly and living together becomes a good society. Living rightly means having all good and no bad, and a society with no crime, no problems, and people that agree with each other makes a perfect society, and a perfect life for its citizens, which ties into humanism.

Some Pictures of Socrates

Works Cited

"socrates" Google Images, 21 September 2015

"socrates" Google Images, 21 September 2015