Loser's Guide to Life
As for Socrates, he was kind of a bore, rabbiting on about the Good and the Bad and the Ugly in this coy, very Attic manner. “For indeed, it might seem, to me at least”, yet anyone could see that he was going to have his way, participles be damned. Moreover, I think he used what are now known as sock puppets: these supposed participants who would initially offer some objections but ultimately cave in to the relentless Socratic method, saying, “Indeed you would seem to be right, O Socrates. I didn't see that coming.” So much for our treatment of the things pertaining to Socrates.