Philosophies of Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle

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April 2, 2015

 

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He thought that the electing of the people was unfair justice. Plato had some of the same beliefs. He believed that government should only have rulers who had the intelligence and education appropriate for the matter. Plato's thoughts were that only those who are best suited for it should do a job. To him aristocracy was a perfect form of government...
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To him aristocracy was a perfect form of government. The point of Socrates philosophies were to make people think about the questions he would often ask. He did not think a person with the right mind should follow the steps of their ancestors. Instead of going around asking questions, Plato, another philosopher, would write his own conversations with imaginary people...
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