3 according to socrates how do the citizens of athens

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3. According to Socrates, how do the citizens of Athens react to his constant questioning of their lives? How does Socrates think they should react? How would you react?
4. According to Athenian law, after he is found guilty (beginning at 35e), Socrates must propose a punishment for himself. In fact, he proposes two (he suggests but dismisses several others). What are these two punishments? Which one does he believe it would be just for him to suffer, and why?
5. Socrates tells the jury why he has avoided politics his whole life. What reasons does he give? Some would say that despite this claim, Socrates has in fact spent his whole life

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