What is the Socrates opinion on upholding the laws of Athens?

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Socrates first speaks of his responsibility: it would be shameful to not uphold the laws of Athens by escaping. He introduces the voice of the laws which tells him that it would be unjust for him to escape his cell: consider the law as a parent state, every one ought to obey his or her parents and the laws that they were brought up in. If Socrates escapes jail, then he will be disobeying his...
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