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Short Essay Discusses why Socrates Did not Fear Death
Socrates has valid reasons to not fear death. He says, "Whether life or death is better is known to God, and God only" (CPQ 28). Since God has not told Socrates which is better, he decides that what the Athenians believe will suffice. When Crito suggests that Socrates escape and avoid death, Socrates asks Crito if the Athenians hold to living well, honourably and justly. Crito replies that they do and Socrates explains it is not just for him to escape prison and he must carry out his just agreements so he does not hurt the Athenian people. …
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