Read Plato’s Crito dialogue and write a 1-2 pg. response paper.What are some of the reasons that Socrates gives Crito for not escaping from prison? Are these good reasons? Is Socrates convincing? Why or why not? Also, Socrates provides a long list of reasons for choosing to stay behind, but is it possible that these reasons can all be reduced to one underlying principle? That is, does Socrates seem to be guided throughout the dialogue by a fundamental rule/law? If so, then what do you think this fundamental principle is? Explain.