Crito, "Two Wrongs Don't Make A Right"

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Philosophy

 

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Tobias M

 

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May 6, 2016

 

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University

 

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Also without prior injustice by someone then it is unjust to injure them. So, it is always unjust to injure anyone. Because it is always unjust to injure anyone, if Socrates were to escape from prison he would be injuring the State, therefore it is unjust for Socrates to flee from prison. There is a potential objection to the main claim...
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The most challenging objection to the claim becomes apparent when the idea that, without prior injustice by someone it is unjust to injure them, is more closely analyzed. This objection to this argument becomes apparent when we consider the situation what if; when injuring someone, you protect someone else from a greater harm...
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