Justice In Book I Of The Republic

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Philosophy

 

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Gloria W

 

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November 10, 2016

 

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University

 

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He goes on further to say that the unjust man is stronger than the just man is, and because of that, justice is a vice while injustice is a virtue. Thrasymachus uses the example of private business to show how an unjust man would gain more than a just man would because the just man would pay his taxes fully and would not try to take advantage of others...
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Thrasymachus uses the example of private business to show how an unjust man would gain more than a just man would because the just man would pay his taxes fully and would not try to take advantage of others. Therefore, Thrasymachus' viewpoint in Book I of the Republic is that one's life can be better if he is unjust because he will have the ability to take advantage of the just man...
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