Quote IDs for Second Midterm

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Quote IDs for Second Midterm , 11/9 Four quotations from this list will appear on your second midterm on Tuesday, 11/9. Of those four, you will be asked to choose three and to discuss them. For each quotation you choose, please identify WHO said it (author or character) and WHERE (name of text); please also explain in your own words WHAT is being said, in detail and with textual evidence; and, most important, WHY it is being said, i.e. the role it plays in the overall argument of the text. 1. Apology, p. 149 [19b]: Socrates is guilty of wrongdoing in that he busies himself studying things in the sky and under the earth; he makes the worse into the stronger argument, and he teaches these same things to others. This is Socrates speaking in the voice of those levying the “informal charges” against him. These are the first accusers, people like Aristophanes who have gradually deteriorated his reputation over time. 2. Apology, p. 151 [24b-c]: Socrates is guilty of corrupting the
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This note was uploaded on 06/06/2011 for the course POLI 302 taught by Professor Frank during the Fall '10 term at South Carolina.

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