Plato And Justice

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Christopher S

 

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October 17, 2012

 

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Those who are extraordinarily intelligent, virtuous and brave are suited to run the state itself; that is, Plato's ideal state is an aristocracy, a Greek word that means "rule by the best." The lower end of human society, which as far as Plato is concerned, consists of an overwhelming majority of people in a state, he calls the "producers," since they are most suited for productive work...
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The middle section of society, a smaller but still large number of people, make up the army and the police and are called the "Auxiliaries". The best and Brightest, a very small and rarefied group, are those who are in complete control of the state permanently; Plato calls these people "Guardians" in all things and the Producers obey the Auxiliaries and Guardians in all things...
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