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Unformatted text preview: strong point here, all he says is that well I do believe in gods so there. He then goes on to say that he will always believe in the gods, but he will never stop philosophizing. Having said this he makes a case that it is against the gods to kill a man who is a good member of society. He makes the jury feel guilty for thinking about putting him to death for such small crime. Socrates loves Athens and he does not want the jury to end him time there. Socrates says there is one thing that can prove his innocence in making a living from his philosophy. This is the fact that he is dirt poor. He then makes some closing remarks and turns it back to the jury....
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- Spring '08