justification that Socrates describes be abused?

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In what way might the reasoning or justification that Socrates describes be abused? Or in what ways might someone who didn't have the good intentions that Socrates had represent a problem?

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The Fundamentals of Ethics, Third Edition, by Russ Shafer-Landau, 2014

http://www.pitt.edu/~mthompso/readings/crito.pdf


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How can justification given by Socrates be abused?

Socrates reasoning was that living should not be a priority but living well should be. That
is why he argued against committing an injustice. To him, it did not matter...

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