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Socrates has thoroughly justified his own decision to obey the opinions of the majority and
serve out the sentence that his own city has deemed appropriate for his crimes. At the beginning
of this piece, Socrates has presented a period of questions and answers through dialogue with
Crito. Throughout the dialogue Socrates is explaining his reasoning for not running from the
government. Crito does not understand the madness of Socrates, Crito will do whatever it takes
to help his friend to flee, instead of being exiled by the government. AI do not think that what
you are doing is right, to give up your life when you can save it, and to hasten your fate as your
enemies would hasten it, and indeed have hastened it in their wish to destroy you.@(Crito p.58c)
Throughout the begining of the dialog, Crito is expressing his feelings of why he believes
Socrates should flee from the city. Crito makes many valid points on why he disagrees with...
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