Finally, I will give my opinion as to what I think the pious can be explained as.
After Socrates states his situation Euthyphro responds to this case as ending in nothing which will win Socrates the case and his own as well. This methodology is referred to as Socratic irony, in literature. The pious is what all the gods love, and the opposite, what all the gods hate, is the impious.
The reading is about Socrates and Euthyphro having a discussion of what piety is. Socrates then asks Euthyphro to answer another definition. In the beginning…. For example consider an analogous case where two people are sharing a pizza at dominos and if one among them wants to make a pizza at home.
The very few that question these norms on the other hand have a philosophical attitude that is worth examining.
The next question is how Socrates would respond to this definition. Euthyphro has charged his father with manslaughter. So, Socrates then makes the comparison and analogy of other services, such as shipbuilders achieving the creation of boats. He was considered a very wise man by the Athenians.