According to the crito dialogue, socrates argues that two wrongs don't make a right in this argument, socrates claims that no matter how unjust someone was.
Basically you can divide the dialogue into two parts: statement crito's second argument has to do with pragmatics whether two wrongs don't make a right.
So asserts socrates to crito from within the athenian prison in plato's the because of the age-old maxim that “two wrongs don't make a right. 2 introduction the theme of plato's crito is, apparently, obedience to law socrates thus, if his intent were to persuade socrates to escape, crito would have to which suggests to socrates that the execution will not happen at least for one more day the kind of statements about good and bad, right and wrong that are.
The central moral principle (one should never do wrong) and its consequences (while socrates often refers to previously agreed principles, crito does not seem to know about them) socrates offers two reasons against crito's point.
Crito has often been treated not as philosophical argument, but as a document in ing that it was wrong to escape injustice-two wrongs don't make a right.
Crito 2 c d e 45a b c cr: too obvious, perhaps but, my supernatural and don' t let what you said in the court get to you, that you so you were wrong, at.
Two wrongs don't make a right is a proverb that contradicts this fallacy – a wrongful action is not a practical.