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Essay heading: A Glorious IDEAL, A Devastating REALITY
 
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By writing philosophy as drama, Plato calls on every reader to engage actively in the search of truth. By writing it as anti-tragic drama, he warns the reader that only certain elements of him are appropriate to this search. ~Mornussabum. The Republic is designed to appeal to our reason. It is also designed to elicit discussion and opposing views of what Plato means...
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By writing it as anti-tragic drama, he warns the reader that only certain elements of him are appropriate to this search. ~Mornussabum. The Republic is designed to appeal to our reason. It is also designed to elicit discussion and opposing views of what Plato means. In order to understand Plato’s argument we need to know what Plato’s feelings were on the social leaders of the time...
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