Crito – Plato

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The Crito is another of Plato’s earlier, shorter dialogues set shortly after Socrates’ conviction for impiety. Awoken by Crito in his cell, Socrates put forth a defence for why it is just for him to remain in Athens and be punished for a crime despite being innocent.

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