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PHIL 101 Spring 2011 Crito essay Due Wednesday, May 18, 2011 via iLearn only (note our last class meeting is Friday, May 13.) Page limit: 4-6 pages. (Same format guidelines as previous essays) Crito tried his best to convince Socrates to escape from prison. Imagine King and one other thinker we've studied visiting Socrates in his cell on death row. Would either of them try to convince Socrates to escape? Why or why not? Select one pair of visitors. Your options are: King and Camus King and Fanon King and Gandhi King and Malcolm X King and Thoreau Your task is not to show whether the visitors would succeed in convincing Socrates to escape. (After all, it is highly unlikely that anyone is going to beat Socrates in an argument.) Rather, your task is to determine whether the visitors would want to convince Socrates to escape and why they would come to that decision . The two visitor do not need to agree with each other. For instance, you may think that King would agree with Socrates' decision but Malcolm X would disagree. You must address both
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This note was uploaded on 10/19/2011 for the course PHIL 101 taught by Professor Delevati during the Spring '08 term at S.F. State.

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