Essay heading: No Need to Fear Death: A Look in "The Trial and Death of Socrates"
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January 28, 2006
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The problem with law is that there is no fairness to the methods. The law is passed and put into affect by a person's peers so the law could be viewed as simply someone else's opinion. Socrates believed in justice, but the commonly misused of the law could be viewed as unfair and unjust. So by Socrates supporting following law, he is following injustice...
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So by Socrates supporting following law, he is following injustice.
Socrates is also willing to give up his life to Athens, not as a soldier, but as an example of obedience to the law. He knows that obeying the death sentence will strengthen Athens' system of law. He is not only helping to strengthen the law but he is also strengthening himself by dying...
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