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Read Plato’s Crito (Here is the document in PDF format) crito.pdfSettingsConstruct a short essay in which you answer all of the questions listed below. Essays must be a minimum of 3 pages, double-sp

  1. Read Plato’s Crito (Here is the document in PDF format) crito.pdf

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  2. Construct a short essay in which you answer all of the questions listed below. Essays must be a minimum of 3 pages, double-spaced, with 12-point font. There is no maximum length. You are free to use MLA or APA format.
  3. Essays must include 3-4 quotations from the text. Please remember to cite the page number from which the quote is taken. Do not include unnecessarily large quotations. Quotations should be no longer than 2-3 lines.
  4. Show evidence that you have carefully read the text and not just read the summary on Spark Notes or Wikipedia. I have read these summaries and know what they say.

Questions

Answer each of the following questions in your essay. I’m not concerned how you format this your essay (one paragraph per question, etc.). But make sure you answer all the questions.

1. Crito gives several arguments why Socrates should escape from prison. Select one of his arguments and reconstruct the argument in premise and conclusion form. Make sure you identify each of the premises and the conclusion. Tell me whether the argument is deductive or inductive and why.

2. Socrates gives several arguments why he should not escape from prison. Select one of his arguments and reconstruct the argument in premise and conclusion form. Make sure you identify each of the premises and the conclusion. Tell me whether the argument is deductive or inductive and why.

3. Identify at least one informal fallacy or cognitive bias made by Crito or even by Socrates. Explain why it is a fallacy or bias.

4. Socrates says that “One must neither repay an injustice nor cause harm to another man, no matter what one suffers because of him” (49c-d). Do you agree or disagree with him? Why?

5. Socrates goes on to speak on behalf of the laws of Athens (50a). One major issue is whether one is ever justified in disobeying a law because it is unjust. What is Socrates’ response? Do you agree or disagree with him? Why?  

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