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Unformatted text preview: might this make certain jurors feel? 7. What does this position show about his feelings regarding death? 8. On page 35, what does Socrates think his punishment should be? How does he justify this? How might this make the jury feel? 9. Why does Socrates reject banishment as a punishment? 10. Why is the unexamined life not worth living (bottom of 36: the quote is different, but this is what is being said)? 11. After being sentenced to death, on page 37, Socrates states that escaping death is not the issue. What is the real difficulty? Explain in detail. 12. Why will Athens have more critics if they kill Socrates? 13. What does Socrates demand of the jurors who voted for his innocence regarding his children?...
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- Spring '08