Despite the fact, only one of the Plato's treatises among his coaction of works is titled "Defending Socrates"; however, one can say that all the Plato's works are based on defense of Socrates. Meanwhile, they are founded on defending Socratic thoughts, manners and finally his life. Some scholars have considered historic Socrates as being distinct from the Platonic Socrates with regards to the Plato's thoughts. The author intends, contrary to that which is famous regarding Socrates inthe Plato's works, to see the Socratic life and manner as being uniform in all the works; Hence based on this uniformity, the principles governing on his original philosophical life have been inferred from the content of his thoughts.
International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences (Volume 59)
A. Etemadifard and M. Hoseyney, "Socrates in Thee Plato's Works: Uniformity of Styles and Life in all the Works", International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences, Vol. 59, pp. 13-19, 2015