Socrates, in The Apology is on trial for not believing in the gods and corrupting the youth of Athens. These charges are so significant that they result in his being sentenced to death. But one question worth pursuing is the following. Is corrupting the youth and not believing the gods a serious charge that warrants the possibility of death sentence? Are the Athenians justified in pressing these charges in the first place? In your answer, you will either argue that it these charges are quite serious and significant or you will argue that they are not? You must provide good, thoughtful reasons in support of your position. Give a thoughtful, well-reasoned argument for your position, one that involves proper premises that support your conclusion in a convincing manner.