Socrates, Dietrich Bonhoeffer & Martin Luther King

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July 7, 2014

 

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Socrates however, did not believe in breaking the law, he often stood up and represented the laws through personification. "What complaint have you against us and the state, that you are trying to destroy us?" (Plato 50d) He made it clear that by living in a city where the laws have been there just as long if not longer than the person breaking them when it is convenient, would eventually lead to the society becoming an anarchy...
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Through one person disobeying the law it is unfair to those whom obey it. Eventually others will begin disobeying too. Doing what one wants when they wish to is not fair and it leads to chaos and destruction of both the city and the city's system. The effects could easily multiply and bestow a decline in law and order...
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