In Defense of Socrates

Review of Metaphysics 25 (2):311 - 325 (1971)
Abstract
Against the position of professor rex martin ("the review of metaphysics," xxv, December 1971) it is argued that there is a conceptual link between disobedience and destruction of authority, As socrates argues; that socrates does not take obedience to law to be an absolute principle of action; that socrates in the two dialogues about his trial does not contradict himself on the question of obedience to the court; that socrates' argument from piety does not undermine his arguments from injury and agreement
Keywords Catholic Tradition  Contemporary Philosophy  General Interest
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