Plat'S Arguement From Conflict

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Philosophy

 

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Emmanuel K

 

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February 28, 2013

 

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These elements are not independent of one another and the conflict between them can easily be seen. For example, the appetitive desire thirst can be seen as a base instinct; however, there are many instances where our reason or logic dictates that despite desiring to drink it would not be in our best interest to do so...
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Critics argue that Plato’s theory is far too simplistic and that he simply settled on dividing the soul into three parts to support his already tentative theory on what comprises a city. It can also be seen that often it is not as simple as having elements directly opposed; sometimes our motivations can come from mixed, compounded and combined elements in a reality far different to Plato’s rather simplistic theory...
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