I needed to devote the first 22 or so minutes of class to “how to write a liberal arts essay,” so the actual lecture on Socrates is very short. My apologies. You might want to skip ahead 20 or so minutes into the lecture.
Also, a major caveat. During the lecture, I claimed that Socrates is regarded by some Eastern Orthodox as a saint. I WAS WRONG! It turns out that that several philosophers and humanists in the Western tradition have thought he was a saint, but no actual church body has ever declared such a thing. So, my apologies for the confusion regarding this.
Regardless, here’s hoping you enjoy!