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    Socrates
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     In Plato’s Crito, Socrates discusses how we ought to react to injustice. Is it ever okay to respond unjustly to an previous act of injustice? Give examples to support your argument. 

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    neforsyte
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    I think I have recently read the critical review about the life of Socrates and that his death per se was unfair and full of injustice. Basically he suffered for his own principles.

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    neforsyte
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    So guys, any ideas?

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    mrbadguy69
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    I’ve been writing a critical essay on Plato’s Laws right now, but got interested by this discussion about Socrates. I think this will be my next work in this semester. But I want to touch upon psychological aspects of this. So the guide on getpsychologyessay will help me, I guess. As for the question on injustice, don’t you think that if the truth is different for everyone, the definition of injustice differs too?

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