Justice in Ancient and Modern Literature
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September 15, 2011
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"In questions of justice and injustice, and of the base and the honorable, and of good and evil?ought we to follow the opinion of the many?" (Plato: Crito) He mentions how others feel that they do not hold to a higher ideal but that "political decisions [are] supreme." And he shows the Athenian view of the inequality of different groups of people...
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"Can you deny that you are our child and our slave?? And if this be so do you think that your rights are on a level with ours?"
Plato and Socrates both felt that a truth that one holds should be defended and upheld regardless of the personal cost in doing so. In the end Socrates concluded that it was better to die for the truth he believed in than to run from its consequences and be labeled hypocritical...
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