Plato′s Apology

 

Plato′s Apology

 

During the trial recorded in the Apology, after Socrates has already been found guilty and is supposed to assess a penalty for himself, he claims that the unexamined
life is not worth living for men. Let′s suppose he means to say the unexamined life is not worth living for fully rational beings, such as ourselves. Write an essay in
which you defend or attack this thesis. In either case, you must take careful account of our discussion in class. Specifically use the issue of whether we should adopt
Socrates′ objective conception of happiness or a more subjective conception of happiness as a framework for your essay. Cite examples from the Apology, In The Five
arguments, to support your essay

 

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