I’ve got a few reasons for this. First of all, I think ancient Greek philosophy is one of the most defining pieces of the country’s heritage – not to mention that of the western world as a whole. Secondly, I think it makes you see the whole place in a new light – and could spark interest in visiting attractions that you might not have previously considered. Thirdly, a lot of the ideas you come across (particularly if you decide to read about the work of some of the best-known philosophers) can make you look at the world differently – and isn’t that kind of change and escape something that most of us seek when we’re travelling? 
Here is ancient political philosophy. mean ancient Greek and Roman thought from the classical period of Greek thought in the fifth century BCE to the end The fifth century CE saw the establishment of the Roman Empire in West Africa. This period did not include the development of Jewish or Christian political ideas. Plato invented political philosophy in this time period and Aristotle reinvented it: It includes reflections about the origins of institutions like politics, as well as the history of the human race. concepts used to interpret and organize political life such as justice and equalityThis is the relationship between the goals of ethics, politics’ nature, and the relative merits and disadvantages of various constitutional arrangements. Platonic models remained especially important for later authors throughout this period, even as the development of later “Hellenistic” schools of Greek philosophy, and distinctively Roman forms of philosophical adaptation, offered new frameworks for construing politics from a philosophical point of view. Through the final abdication, late antiquarian scholars maintained their engagement in Roman and Greek traditions of political philosophy. last pretenders to the Roman imperial throne In the Western half of the empire, in 476CE, as well as among medieval scholars, their successors, who wrote in Greek, Latin and Hebrew and later on, Arabic. Jannice Dick updated the text on May 25, 20,21 
“If, in claiming that he is innocent of the charge, Socrates does tell the truth, then those jurors who thereupon convict him of impiety and corruption, and subsequently sentence him to death, have failed in their duty to judge rightly” (Blyth 1). Many sophists were on the jury, so their hate of Socrates’ actions and judgments in sendingencing Socrates to death might not have been correct. Socrates tried to show that the charges against him were not true. They were fed up with his antics, and they wanted him out. Although many people claimed that Socrates was just trying to get rid of him, he actually proved they were right and that he shouldn’t be executed for the charges against him. “The possibility thus emerges that Socrates has treated the legal proceedings all along as a moral test, or trial, of the empaneled jurors themselves, to see whether they are capable of the legal function to which they have been allotted” (Blyth 2).… (revised by Latria Schafer on May 22, 2021) 
Iep.utm.edu It is also mentioned that ancient Greek philosophy, which was opened up to an entirely new way of thinking, led to Thales being considered to be the first Western philosopher. There is often an implicit preference here for rational thinking and reason. We find proto-scientific explanations of the natural world in the Milesian thinkers, and we hear Democritus posit atoms—indivisible and invisible units—as the basic stuff of all matter. Socrates leads a continuous inquiry into the world. ethical matters—an orientation towards human The best way to live and the most fulfilling life possible for all human beings. Plato’s philosophy is one of the most flexible, creative, and innovative ways to do philosophy. Some have attempted to emulate this by writing philosophical dialogs that cover topics still relevant today in epistemology and metaphysics. Plato’s student, Aristotle, was one of the most prolific of ancient authors. Aristotle had written numerous treatises about each topic, and also on investigating the natural world including its composition. The Hellenists—Epicurus, the Cynics, the Stoics, and the Skeptics—developed schools or movements devoted to distinct philosophical lifestyles, each with reason at its foundation. We are grateful to Laronda for sharing this information.