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1. In the Euthyphro does Socrates present his own account of piety or just destroy the accounts offered by Euthyphro? If so what is his account of piety? Of use in this assignment is the essay by Mark L. McPherran "Socratic Piety in the Euthyphro" in Benson ed. Essays on the Philosophy of Socrates (Oxford 1992) (You may be able to access this book on Google Books or from larger libraries in Houston e.g. U of H, St Thomas, Rice)
2. What are the charges against Socrates as recorded in the Apology. Is he guilty of them? why or why not?
3.What is Socrates' argument against Crito in the argument of the same name? Is it persuasive? why or why not?
4. What would it mean to persuade the laws as it is described in the Crito? Does Socrates' account adequately allow for resisting evil legislation or is it essentially just a way to maintain the status quo?
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