Wisdom and Fallacies
An â€œapologyâ€ in literature is not actually saying that you are sorry; instead, it is a logical argument to explain why someone else is wrong (and, probably, that other person needs to be the one apologizing). People who defend their beliefs through a systematic use of information are called â€œapologetics,â€ and that is what Socrates is doing in his â€œApology.â€
Review the list of logical fallacies that people commit when trying to prove a point that undercut the effectiveness of their arguments.
Suggestion: You might want to even review some of your own essays to see if your example could come straight out of something that you have already written.