Socrates' Last Error

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Interesting point on substantive vs procedural justice. Related to 'concept' and 'execution'. This appears to show that the execution of a law was not correct - and Socrates did not correct this error, which he could have while remaining just. It cost him his life - as he decided not to escape and be killed.

Great case to study regarding the difference between 'vision' and 'execution'.