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Week 8 Notes Art Appreciation

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Week 8 Notes Art Appreciation Art 1300

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Art Appreciation
Anne Perry

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These notes cover the beginning of the material that will be discussed after the quiz on Friday. They will help you study for the exam next week.
Art Appreciation
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Date Created: 10/14/15
Intro to Politics Week 8 Notes October 122015 Crito cannot get help from public opinion because it is not based on knowledge nor from Socrates because he does not always understand and Socrates will not always be there and lastly he can t get help from his own moral understanding because it is incomplete and biased So the only place Crito can get help is the laws Laws serve to maintain the community to give people a chance to live well Imperfect laws are better than no laws at all because people are more likely to live well with the community than without it What happens when the law commands an injustice 0 People should assume laws are the best guide about justice 0 It only happens with clearly unjust law or very wise person 0 No matter how unjust the law is it is still unjust to disobey because it harms people leads to disobedience and breaks a contract If there is a law against learning in the Apology Socrates would break it but in the Crito Socrates would obey the law Contradiction exists if two things can t be true at the same time Therefore it is not a contradiction of what Socrates would do in the Apology and in the Crito October 14 2014 Good Citizen Even in a community with good goals there needs to be stability to avoid anarchy to reach the goal and people have different roles to play In order to be a good citizen someone must limit their own behavior to benefit the community Crito s standard of excellence is public opinion Imperfect laws are better than no laws at all It is always unjust to disobey the law even a bad law because you destabilize the law for fellow citizens which makes it less likely they will live well


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