First, identify the central problems in the Antigone. What is it that Socrates/Plato think they are responding to? What is at stake in their response? And why is this important? Second, explain why in the Euthyphro and Apology, Socrates seems to suggest that philosophy is good for the city. Why does he claim that he is a benefit to the city? Third, despite Socrates/Platos claim about benefiting the city, it seems to be the case, as we see in the Apology and Crito, that philosophy may not be much help. Why is this the case? Why does this necessitate the use of Irony? What does it say about human nature? What does this tell us about the relationship between philosophy and politics? Fourth, conclude with a few comments on the success or failure of Philosophys response to the Poets and the Traditions of Athens. What Awaits you: On-time delivery guarantee Masters and PhD-level writers Automatic plagiarism check 100% Privacy and Confidentiality High Quality custom-written papers
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