Trial and Death - Trial and Death By Nathan Sullivan In the...

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Trial and Death By Nathan Sullivan In the story of Socrates trial he makes strong and valid points of how he was wrongly accused of the things that he was charged with. However with his points he was still sentenced to death. The sentenced alone seemed as if he was only charged to be put in his place so that the ones in power could show their power. However he still followed the sentence that was given to him although he did not have to. It is clear why a person would wonder what he was thinking. During his trial Socrates spoke of how he was merely being accused of these things because those that charged him did not understand how and why he taught and learned the things that he did. They clamed that he spoke against the gods although every thing that he thought would have to come back to the power of the gods. He stated how they had been raised to oppose him from birth and that he had not ever truly broke any of the laws. This shows how in many cases people of power are just unhappy with how
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