philosophy notes 6

philosophy notes 6 - 2. Education, marriage, kids in...

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Crito For Escaping: - It would be quite easy - Escape to Thessally - He could watch over his sons - His friends reputations would be tarnished if he doesn’t leave - Opinions of the many will be against Crito - State is being unjust. Against Escaping: - Unjust - Life isn’t worth living with a corrupt body - It is not life that’s worth living, it’s the good life that is worth living Two Arguments - 1. Never harm even when harmed first - 2. We must fulfill all just agreements or contracts 1. To escape is to harm, because it undermines the legal system, so Socrates will not escape
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Unformatted text preview: 2. Education, marriage, kids in exchange for loyalty and obedience. Tacit- unspoken yet implied-The fact that he stayed and raised his kids there shows respect and loyalty to Athens-He must obey and be executed, if he wants to remain loyal to Athens Socrates Inconsistency Apology:-Socrates will disobey any law that restrains him from practicing philosophy Crito:-He will obey anything that is told to him. HE IS BEING INCONSISTENT....
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