This book was just jaw dropping. Everyone knows the concepts of good and bad, everyone has their own belief that so and so is better than so and so and vice versa, a good person will bring out the attributes of the good life, a bad person will bring out the attributes of a wicked life, and each will try to prove theirs is better than the latter. Socrates single handedly proved the good life is much better than the bad/dishonorable life. Socrates proved this as a fact! In a series of questions and answers. The book is an interesting read, it will expand your horizons about life in general, and it will make you think twice about which life you'd be interested in heading towards.
I in my opinion believe every school should have a philosophy class, students should take that class as prerequisite if they want to go to college or university, and this book should be given to every student and read out loud once every week.