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What to Make of the Arguments in "Crito"

What to Make of the Arguments in "Crito" Required Reading: Plato's "Crito" Begin this weeks lesson by reviewing “Socrates and the Law: Argument in an Athenian Jail” (Links to an external site.). Only concern yourself with the “Learning Objectives” in the “Lesson Plans” section of this link. This week’s reading follows the trial of Socrates as it was conferred by Plato in "Apology." Socrates is visited in prison by his lifelong friend, Crito, for whom the dialogue is named. At this time Socrates is awaiting his death sentence. Review the following video after you have completed reading the Crito: Socratic Citizenship: Plato, Crito (Links to an external site.) What can be said about the counter-argument that Socrates provides Crito, when Socrates rejects his proposal to escape from prison? Does Socrates provide a sound argument for fulfilling a social contract with the Laws of Athens? Do Socrates actions allow him to remain morally virtuous? Or, does Socrates have a greater obligation to preserve his own life through escaping? Recommended Reading: The Recommended Reading for this assignment again comes from the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy: "Plato's Shorter Ethical Works - Sections 1, 2, 5, & 12" (Links to an external site.). This entry will provide you further insight into the writing style of Plato, as well as how this dialogue facilitates his aim of explaining the Socratic conception of virtue. Remember: A reasoned response consists of more than simple agreement with the author of the article or post you are responding to. Please cite all outside information according to MLA guidelines
What to Make of the Arguments in "Crito" Required Reading: Plato's "Crito" Begin this weeks lesson by reviewing “Socrates and the Law: Argument in an Athenian Jail” (Links to an external site.). Only concern yourself with the “Learning Objectives” in the “Lesson Plans” section of this link. This week’s reading follows the trial of Socrates as it was conferred by Plato in "Apology.
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