How would aristotle viewed socrates decision? By Forum May 29, 2010 0 - Advertisement - How would Aristotle viewed Socrates decision to accept the jury’s sentence of guilty? Was he right to drink the hemlock? why or why not? - Advertisement - Tagsaristotledecision?socratesviewed Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp ReddIt Tumblr Mix Digg LINE Subscribe Notify of new follow-up comments new replies to my comments Name* Email* Website Name* Email* Website 5 Comments Most Voted Newest Oldest Inline Feedbacks View all comments Will 10 years ago Aristotle would have accepted Socrates verdict. The fact that he chose not to do the same was no indication that he thought Socrates was wrong. According to the law, one could accept banishment or death. Both were acceptable outcomes, so there was nothing to dispute. Aristotle’s argument was with the city of Athens, not with Socrates. 0 Reply Naguru 10 years ago Such advanced people have their own divine vision to view even intricate things. 0 Reply Don H 10 years ago I think that you need to go back and read that a bit more carefully. Love and blessings Don 0 Reply B0X 10 years ago The wise man does not expose himself needlessly to danger, since there are few things for which he cares sufficiently; but he is willing, in great crises, to give even his life – knowing that under certain conditions it is not worthwhile to live…Aristotle. 0 Reply Therapon 10 years ago It’s interesting that Plato was never called to account for his teachings? 0 Reply Related Is there any evidence that Astrology works? A clairvoyant princess that speaks with angels? Does magick work? If it does, why isn't everybody using it to achieve their goals? can i really see auras? Has anybody ever had a spiritual experience or awakening by virtue of their interaction on R&S? Are there any websites that demonstrate Kundalini yoga?