What does Socrates mean when he says in the Apology that “no evil can happen to a good man, either in life or after death” (41d)? Another translation says “a good man cannot be harmed in life or death”. According to Plato’s view, in what sense is a good man invulnerable to evil or harm? And how does Plato think philosophy (which he has Socrates call “the practice of death” at Phaedo 81a) help make one invulnerable? In your first couple of posts, spend some time carefully analyzing Plato’s claim. Only after getting clear on his reasoning should you begin to critique it. Is Plato right about his claim? Are good people actually invulnerable to harm? And does philosophy actually help make us invulnerable?
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