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UNIT 1 CHALLENGE 2 PART 2 ANCIENT GREEK PHILOSOPHERS SOPHIA 6 — The Apology: A Defense of Philosophy Identify the major points of the Apology. Select the true statement about the "Apology." a.) In the "Apology," Socrates uses rhetoric to persuade Meletus that he is innocent, even though he believes himself to be guilty. b.) The "Apology" reveals that Socrates was unpopular among the Athenians as a result of his pursuit of wisdom. c.) In the "Apology," Socrates is charged for claiming that he was wise when, in fact, he was not wise. d.) The "Apology" documents Socrates' attempts to save his life because he feared death. 7 — The Apology — Socrates' Arguments Extract an argument from a text. Consider the following passage: “Voting, we are told, is a both a privilege and a duty of good citizens. Therefore we might expect that all citizens in a free society would want to vote, but voter turnout in recent presidential elections has hovered around 60%. However, that doesn't mean that 40% of eligible voters are lazy or apathetic. Some of them may have good reasons for not voiting. For some,

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