Please reflect on the following prompt, and write a paper in response:Do you think Socrates provides a good defensein the Apologyagainst his first accusers? Why or why not?The goal of a philosophypaper is to present your own considered and clearly articulated beliefs alongside your understanding of the material we have read in the course. To that end, please be sure it is always clear whose views are being expressedyoursor one of the authors whose works have been assigned. Be sure to address yourself not onlyto an answer to the question, but also to providing your reader with an account of why you believe your answer to be correct. What are your reasons for taking one position or another? On what basis do you say the things you say about the readings? In order to justify the claims in your paper to your reader, when discussing material from the readingsyou mustoffer substantiation for your claims with quotations from the text. Quotations areabsolutely required; papers that do not use direct quotationsto support the claims they make about the readings willreceive a failing grade.Please do not consult any sources or resources other than the assigned readings. Any paper that quotes from anyothersource(including anything Ive written as part of this course) will receive a substantial grade penalty;any paperwhich can be shown to be reliant upon any other source without citationwill receive a failing grade and its author will be subject to the appropriate disciplinary procedures, detailed in the UHD Academic Honesty Policy(or in the UHD Student Handbook).The paper should be1-2 pageslong, typed and double-spaced. Usean 11-or 12-point fontwith reasonable margins. Citations should be in either the MLA or Chicago Manual of Style formats (information on both of which is available on the UHD Library website, under the heading, Citing Sources), and as such must give full bibliographical information for the textin either a works cited (MLA) or bibliographical footnotes (Chicago). Quotationsshould be set off from the rest of the paper (typically by quotation marks), andyou shouldcite the page numbers in the text where the quoted passage appears.The paper is worth5% of your grade for the course, and is to be submitted online via Blackboard by 11:59 p.m.onFriday, September 18.Latepapers will not be accepted unless you have arranged an extension with me before the stated due date and time.Although I will not read drafts, if at any point in the writing or revising of this paper you have questions as to what you should or should not do, please ask me. The more in advance of the due date you ask your questions, the more use my answers will beto you. This is especially pertinent regarding matters of academic integrity and plagiarism.Plagiarists will be dealt with as harshly as is possible, and so, if you remain unsure as to what constitutes plagiarism in this course, you are strongly encouraged to consult withme