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    That apology never came though; she has never apologized for anything she has ever done or said to me (more on this later). One day, I was hanging out with Alex and Jeff when Liz texted me and said she was planning on having some people over. I asked who she had invited to her house and she said everyone except for Alex and Jeff. Many times, she has brought other friends with her when she came to my house and I have never had a problem with it. Therefore, I assumed it would not be a problem to invite

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    Plato And Socrates Essay

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    Several times he mentions that “death would be a wondrous gain.” This draws a close parallel to the Apostle Paul’s letter to the Philippians in the New Testament. Philippians 1:21 says, “To live is Christ, to die is gain.” For both Christians and philosophers, death is viewed as a release from this menacing world. Jacques Lewis David’s 1787 painting, The Death of Socrates

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    Martin Luther King Jr.’s Letter from Birmingham Jail brings up the idea of acting in a just or unjust manner. In this letter, he’s saying that it’s moral for one to break a law if they feel it is an unjust one. He stated that any law that’s degrading a person should be considered unjust. Even though the technical reason for his arrest was just, since he was parading without a permit, it was an unjust action because it was used to maintain segregation in Birmingham. Since the reasoning for his actual

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    Apology

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    Apology I apologize for my inappropriate behavior on (what ever date you want here) in the cafeteria. It was very rude for me to laugh while you were speaking, there was no humor in what you had to say. I would also like to apologize to the teachers, I’m very sorry, it will never happen again. My unnecessary behavior as totally unacceptable. This essay taught me to fully respect my teachers, and peers. There is no excuse for why I acted like I did in he cafeteria. I am completely responsible

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    Obama, and Why They Are Opposites | Young Americans for Liberty." America on Trial: Socrates, Obama, and Why They Are Opposites | Young Americans for Liberty. Young Americans for Liberty, 22 July 2010. Web. 08 Feb. 2014. McLatchey, Marilyn. "Apology." Primary Sources. N.p.: n.p., n.d. 37-51. Print. Tsan, Arthur. "Athenian Values." Web log post. Arthurs. Word Press, 12 Nov. 2012. Web. 8 Feb. 2014. Wright, Luann. Academic Freedom in the Classroom: When "Freedom" Becomes "License" http://www

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    A Hoax in Court

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    Socrates’ first charge is for corrupting the young. (Apology, p.27) How is it that one elder man can corrupt the youth for so many years, but is now being convicted just a few years before his death? If the morals and values of young children are being warped or damaged, wouldn’t it take more than one source to completely alter their own personal ideas? Socrates believes that he is the one who improves ... ... middle of paper ... ...ted me.” (Apology, p.38) Justice would have been the thirty men

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    Socrates Apology Essay

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    of “ἀπολογία” or Apology would be Explanation or Defense. ¬This is can be compared to the same word which is used to describe the Christian Apologetics of the first century. They were not people known for apologizing for their faith but rather as people who DEFENDED what they believed in. In the trial of Socrates, this is evident as Socrates is standing up for himself against the charges of being a Physicalist, a sophist, a corrupter of the Greek youth, and impious. In the “Apology,” you can Socrates

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    Trials of Jesus and Socrates: A Comparison

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    people and does not believe in G-d (Plato, Apology 563). In spite of how serious these charges sound, Socrates explains that these men hold grudges against him and are only antagonizing him in order to seek revenge. Elaborating on this point, Socrates states, “Meletus…has a quarrel with me on behalf of the poets; Anytus, on behalf of the craftsmen and politicians; Lycon, on behalf of the rhetoricians…Hence has arisen the prejudice against me” (Plato, Apology 563). It is clear from this statement that

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    Book Report on Apology

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    Book Report on Apology In the “Apology”, Socrates tackles his accusers against certain accusations made against him in the Court of Law of Athens, Greece. The nature of the accusation that has caused him to stand trial is such that “Socrates is an evil-doer, and a curious person, who searches into things under the earth and in heaven, and he makes the worse appear the better cause; and he teaches the aforesaid doctrines to others” (Plato. The Republic and other plays. pg-449. Doubleday publishing;

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    Bibliography: Works Cited Brickhouse, Thomas C. Socrates On Trial. Princeton University Press, Princeton: 1989. Plato. Five Dialogues. Hackett, Indianapolis: 1981. Reeve, C. D. C. Socrates in the Apology: An Essay on Plato's Apology of Socrates. Hackett, Indianapolis: 1989. Stone, Isidor. F. The Trial of Socrates. Little Brown, Boston: 1988. Xenophon. Recollections of Socrates, and: Socrates' Defense Before the Jury. Collier Macmillan, New York: 1965

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