Plato argues, in his dialogue Crito, that human beings have a moral obligation to follow the social contract to which they are bound. He argues that through the social contract the both government and citizen have made a promise to the other to follow the laws. How should human beings respond when they encounter laws that are unjust? In other words, do human beings have a moral obligation to follow unjust laws?
here with the laws are obeying is the moral duty we ahould follow that laws,
the laws are for to give security and it will protect us ,
so this laws should accept by us is in directly and indirectly ,
and in the laws we need to dicide that the law is use ful to us or not in the practice ,
the laws ar enot good for us or the society so no need to follow that
we can ignore and
whatever are there with nice purpose the we should protect them
so for these we can take the paths like revolutions
or revolution with the social media and finally we can take the help from the courts and with open discussions.
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