apology paraphrasing

apology paraphrasing - The idea that they may be punished...

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I attest that this is my own work, except for the material that I have clearly indicated is from another source. Signed: Cristina Ponte Philosophy 001 9/6/10 Plato “Apology”- passages for paraphrasing 1. In all tasks human beings perform, the consequences of their actions should not be considered. Rather the task should be completed keeping in mind what they know is the right thing to do.
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Unformatted text preview: The idea that they may be punished or condemned for doing an act of good should not prohibit them from doing these acts. 2. One should be concerned with improving themselves in a positive fashion (morals, values, knowledge, etc) rather than worry about making money. Money and all the goods of life with come with self-improvement. 3. Questions on the text:...
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