This discussion will be on the first of the Plato's dialogues and perhaps one of the best known. This is where Socrates addresses his accusers and at one point defends his promoting Philosophy noting "the life which is unexamined life is not worth living."
We will discuss not what this dialogue means to others or the most scholarly but what it means to us which is our purpose here. Consider this as I do and that is as an art of no less of aesthetic value as the finest of poetry as these words resonate in places in our minds that the Greeks called Topoi.
Below is a link to the full text but there are many sources for this along with summaries of the dialogue. As the leader of this group I can only suggest you read the entire text but will not demand it as it will be your life that perhaps is unexamined.
I have also provided a link to a youtube video of the Apology for the dyslexic but there are countless other sources.