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Unformatted text preview: philosophy by accepting this unjust sentencing without any just fight. 3. I believe that issues regarding morality should be based on a consistent basis. One should maintain a consistent moral code of conduct whether it be with the state, with a friend, or even with an enemy. 4. The Law of Athens, as with any embodiment, can commit injustice. If a citizen disagrees with a law, they have the choice to move to a different land of their choosing. Socrates can overturn his unjust condemnation if he would like; however, he feels as if Athens has been quite good to him over the years, and that he would rather die than live outside the realms of Athens. 5. Socrates has not persuaded the laws to change because until this time, Socrates endorsed Athenian Law, and has been extremely loyal to it. Socrates has never acquainted himself with other laws, and he has never, with the exclusion of a few times, traveled outside of Athens....
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This note was uploaded on 09/17/2011 for the course PHIL 101 taught by Professor Hedberg during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.
- Spring '11