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Study Guide Exam 2

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Study Guide Exam 2 pols 2310

Introduction to politics
Webking, Robert H

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Introduction to politics
Webking, Robert H
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Date Created: 10/06/15
Intro to Politics Study Guide Exam 2 1 What does Socrates story about the Oracle s statement and Socrates reaction show in regards to his religious beliefs 2 What does Socrates questioning of people who are known for their wisdom reveal about how they feel towards politicians 3 What are the formal charges against Socrates 4 Which does Socrates say is just to obey His superiors or the laws Why 5 Would Socrates be likely to agree with how the Sentry decides to act and also agree with Creon Why or why not 6 What does Socrates have to say in defense of himself in regards to corrupting the youth with his teachings 7 How does Socrates defend himself on the religion charge when he is talking to Meletus 8 What does Meletus hope to get Socrates convicted 9 When Socrates is asked to give an alternative punishment when he is found guilty what does he offer 10 Why does Socrates not wish to be exiled 11 Is it true that Socrates chooses to live as he does because the development of the mind is the best way to live 12 How did Socrates know that he was not convicted by the prejudice against him 13 Why is it not possible to be a good person and a good citizen 14 Why did Lycurgus decide to redistribute the land in Sparta the way he did 15 What were the reasons Lycurgus had for redistributing the land in Sparta 16 The purpose of the Spartan laws and regime that was designed by Lycurgus was because he wanted to make Spartans into successful and dominant warriors true or false 17 What was the main reason Lycurgus regulated the monetary system the way he did 18 What factor let the Spartan regime last for 500 years 19 What were the reasons Crito had for wanting Socrates to escape from jail 20 Does Crito fear that philosophy will acquire an even worse reputation after Socrates is dead Why or why not 21 Where does Crito turn to when seeking advice on Socrates escape 22 What does Socrates think about where Crito gets is advice from 23 If someone were to purchase a new house based on what their realtor thought would be the best house to buy would it follow Crito s decision on who to ask advice from Why or why not 24 How does Socrates say public opinion acts 25 What does Socrates say that the law is based on that public opinion does not have 26 Does Socrates find that sometimes justice will require him to break the law Why or why not 27 Why are Athenian citizens prejudiced against scientists 28 What does Socrates say in response to the court when they tell him that studying science is harmful 29 The politicians were the least able to give explanations for their beliefs true or false 30 Does the Oracle story show that Socrates actions cause political instability Explain


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