Justince in platos "republic" seen through "crimes and misdemenours"

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Philosophy

 

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Katrina S

 

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June 8, 2016

 

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We see this in the movie in various instances, first in the fact that Dolores having the upper hand on Judah decides to enact her own self righteous justice by extorting Judah with the information that she has about him and his finances, and also in the eventual tragedy of Cliff that sees his dream succumb to the fact of Lester through might and perseverance manages to acquire the affection of Halley...
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It is exemplified in The Republic by Plato’s example of the mad man and the weapon , proving that law is not the only way to be just unlike the pious Cephalus believed. This clearly stated in the movie when Judah aptly says: “what good is law if it can’t bring me justice.” Meaning that not always what is lawful is what we need because it may not be what we think is owed to us, what is fitting for us...
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