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Apology Paper You can get Plato's Apology for free on the Web. There is a link to it on the Course Content page or just Google it. The argumentative paper should be about five pages, double-spaced, in 12 or 14 font with standard margins. Adhere to the MLA Style Manual. Remember the title of a book like the Apology should be underlined or printed in italics. Put your name on every page of your paper. Pretend you are on the jury. Would you find Socrates guilty or not guilty? WHY? Read over the dialogue and background sheet carefully. Consider the four charges and how he answers each one. Don't get lost in the other details of the story. It's easy to do because Plato was the best writer of the ancient Greek world. There are at least two ways to write a paper of this sort. One way is the narrative style. That is where you tell the story of the Apology . This is a dangerous way because most students who use this style end up getting lost in the details of the story and forgetting about some or all of the four charges. A better way is the topic approach. This
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This note was uploaded on 09/18/2011 for the course PHIL 102 taught by Professor Howard during the Spring '11 term at College of Southern Nevada.

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