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Critón o el deber

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By: (c. 428 BC - c. 347 BC)

In "Critón o el deber" by Plato, the reader is presented with a thought-provoking dialogue between Socrates and his friend Criton on the subject of duty, morality, and the nature of justice. Through their conversation, Plato grapples with the ethical dilemma of whether one should prioritize personal obligations over societal rules, ultimately leading the reader to question their own beliefs and values.

The philosophical arguments presented in this work are both timeless and relevant, challenging the reader to consider the implications of their actions and the importance of living a virtuous life. The character of Socrates serves as a compelling and complex protagonist, engaging in a captivating debate that illuminates the complexities of human nature and the struggle to act in accordance with one's principles.

Plato's writing is both eloquent and insightful, inviting readers to delve deep into the depths of moral philosophy and ethical reasoning. "Critón o el deber" is a must-read for anyone interested in exploring the fundamental questions of right and wrong, duty and virtue, and the nature of justice. Overall, this work is a powerful testament to the enduring impact of Plato's philosophy and its relevance in today's world.

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Diálogo entre Sócrates y Critón, horas antes de la ejecución del filósofo, en que se trata del deber.


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