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by: Elise Scacciotti

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Elise Scacciotti
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Date Created: 08/31/16
CRITO LIFETIME FRIEND 1. Three reasons for escape a. Leave Athens with family and live in exile but take care of them b. They would be known as cowards for not risking their reputation in aid for Socrates c. Conviction. Playing into hand of accusers. They wanted to hurt you and if you stay then you are letting them 2. Soc’s thinking a. Truth and reason. Search for truth through reason not emotion 3. Beliefs a. Never do harm/voluntary injustice. Why does he emphasize voluntary? Two wrongs don’t make a right. b. Never for injustice done to him 4. Unusual, few hold a. Laws b. REASONS FOR OBEYING i. Birth ii. Education iii. Free to come and go c. ALTERNATIVES i. Could have offered for self; exile ii. D iii. D 5. Could not escape because he thinks that its fundamental to society. 6. If he escapes, he commits to him known injustices 7. Soc’s response to Crito (if he escapes) a. D b. F c. D 8. Dilemma choices (2 awful) either way he dies a. Escaping; a known injustice kills b. Not escaping; no voluntary harm means deathe has to choose 9. Maybe some consolation beliefs a. Death a harm? b. “no, then I’ll be able to talk to someone who has dead and has knowing of the subject Socrates views being a good person as b being piest but more so as not doing voluntary wrongdoing 1. Sum of SOC beliefs a. Piety involves i. Proecute wrong doing ii. Respect gods iii. Preserve family b. Examine opinion and Gadfly i. “I do not think that I know wgat I do notknow” ii. Commanded by the Oracle (the God) iii. Citezina ahouls live up to their own/country’s values c. Divine God (Conscience) d. No voluntary harm for injustice done to him e. Death: maybe not harm, maybe is harm f. Good person not to be harmed by a worse


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