Essay heading: Justice In Book I Of The Republic

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One of Socrates' stronger points is that "the just man is good and wise after all, and the unjust man is bad and ignorant" (350 c). He convinces Thrasymachus into believing this by asking whether a man of knowledge would follow the standard behavior of other men of knowledge. Thrasymachus grants this to be true, and by using the fact that an unjust man tries to take advantage of all men, Socrates shows that the unjust man is actually ignorant...
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One of Socrates' stronger points is that "the just man is good and wise after all, and the unjust man is bad and ignorant" (350 c). He convinces Thrasymachus into believing this by asking whether a man of knowledge would follow the standard behavior of other men of knowledge. Thrasymachus grants this to be true, and by using the fact that an unjust man tries to take advantage of all men, Socrates shows that the unjust man is actually ignorant...
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