On Plato's The Apology
Did you find Socrates' argument against the fear of death convincing?

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Against the Fear of Death

Socrates’ argument against the fear of death was convincing. He argued that because it is unknown whether death is an evil or good thing, individuals should focus their energies on living righteously no matter the cost because if something is fated to occur then one cannot alter its course. In his examination of the nature of death, Socrates determined that it is either a state of nothingness and unconsciousness or a migration of the soul from this world to the next – both of which are determined to be equally desirable outcomes....

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