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The Socratic Paradoxes and Plato's Epistemology Natalie Hannan Plato's "Socratic paradoxes" state that no one does wrong voluntarily and that virtue is knowledge. Outside of moral psychology, the importance of the Socratic paradoxes has been neglected. My dissertation defends two related proposals that showcase their importance in ancient epistemology. The first proposal is that they are a major motivation for Plato to develop a unique view of epistēmē (knowledge or understanding) as andoi:10.7916/d8-6zbg-9a79 fatcat:4gxcf2ol5fdptmjkejypmiorxa