Plato and Iraq

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Philosophy

 

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Emma G

 

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April 15, 2017

 

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University

 

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Plato argues that great care must be taken when presenting such stories with ?(evil) images' to children (youth) because "whatever opinions are taken into the mind at that age are wont to prove indelible and unalterable." However, theses images to a degree are a necessity to understand the virtue of justice and distinguish between injustices, but the need to competent decisions on what is allowable is greatly required for Plato's overall utopian ideal, "persuading them that no citizen ever quarreled with his fellow citizen and that the very idea of it is an impiety...
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