Plato Injustice VS Justice

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Philosophy

 

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Michael K

 

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July 14, 2015

 

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University

 

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He also portrays that perfect injustice parallels with the most excellent human being. Thrasymachus significantly differentiated between the two viewpoints of what justice and injustice is. After the argumentation with Socrates and the rest of the men, he was finally able to express his own opinion...
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Thrasymachus believed that justice was in simple terms "the advantage of the stronger"#. To prove this point Thrasymachus used the ruling party of a city as an example. He believes that leaders have the advantage because they generate laws that benefit themselves. Thrasymachus proceeds by saying that "they declare what they have made-what is to their own advantage- to be just for their subjects, and they punish anyone who goes against this as lawless and unjust...
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