Essay heading: Plato's Republic

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October 7, 2000

 

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Plato's work rests on morality in many places, and this provides it with both passionate credibility and intellectual weakness. Plato rejected human sensory observation in favor of seeking the higher good of the Forms, which were the key by which humans could come to an understanding of the truth of their universe and lead happier, fuller lives...
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Plato rejected human sensory observation in favor of seeking the higher good of the Forms, which were the key by which humans could come to an understanding of the truth of their universe and lead happier, fuller lives. Plato's rejection of the senses, and adherence to a normative belief at the core of his work, is the subject of many other philosophical schools' attacks on his works, most notably the skeptics, the naturalists, and Aristotle...
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