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Department
Philosophy
Course
PHL100Y1
Professor
Peter King
Semester
Fall

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Crito • Socrates obeys by his three moral principles - PJ, PJAand PJAgr in the lecture note. PJ - One must not do injustice. • He cannot do wrong even if; - His friends are willing to take a chance. - Socrates has the right to escape because he was sentenced unjustly. PJA - One must not do injustice, even for injustice received. • One must not do wrong period. Even if someone comes at you with a knife you cannot do wrong in self-defense - there are other actions you can take like fleeing or trying to stop him. PJAgr - One should keep agreements, provided they are just. • If someone gives you a large sum of money to murder another human then you have the moral right to not follow though because it is wrong. • Socrates made an agreement to not escape and follow the laws when he swore the oath of athens to become a citizen. The agreement was not unjust because he promised
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