Unformatted text preview: tried? Crito What reasons does Crito give to Socrates to convince him to escape prison and to flee Athens? What do you think of the value of these reasons? Does Crito make a good case? How does Socrates respond to Crito’s reasons? Summarize his main points. What analogies does he use to explain his points? “Wrongdoing is in every way harmful and shameful to the wrongdoer.” What ideas does Socrates presuppose when he says this? Do you believe this statement to be true? How does Socrates explain his loyalty to Athens? Do you think he’s right to obey Athens even when the Athenians have committed an injustice to him?...
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This note was uploaded on 04/25/2008 for the course PL 1098 taught by Professor Thorn during the Spring '08 term at Rockhurst.
- Spring '08