Socrates claimed that virtue is knowledge. He recognizes that two terms as being indistinguishable (Reshotko, 2006). Virtue is knowledge and knowledge is virtue. You will discover two claims which help make sense on the lay claim of Socrates that knowledge is virtue. They are those which relate with the understanding of what's good and how it gives people benefit, and what is evil and how creates injury to people. The default perception of men and women is to always go for whatever they believe will give them an edge and not cause any damage. It is therefore not knowledge alone but that which is understanding of the nice. Knowledge is therefore necessary for one to be able to live their lives in virtue. Humans have the freedom to do whatever they want. It is show the extent a person needs control of his life, makes decisions of his own and lives his life in any manner he would like to.