- I.F. Stone, in his The Trial of Socrates, describes Critias (a cousin of Plato's) as "the first Robespierre," a cruel and inhumane man "determined to remake the city to his own antidemocratic mold whatever the human cost."
- The Archon determined—after listening to Socrates and Meletus (and perhaps the other two accusers, Anytus and Lycon)—that the lawsuit was permissible under Athenian law, set a date for the "preliminary hearing" (anakrisis), and posted a public notice at the Royal Stoa.
There are no more uses of "determine" in The Trial of Socrates by Linder.
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