Plato's Republic Summary Books 2-7

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In short, Glaucon and the others want Socrates to prove that justice is not only desirable, but that is belongs to the perceived highest class of desirable things: that which is desired both for it's own sake and that of it's consequences. Glaucon proceeds to point out that justice stems from human weakness and vulnerability...
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In short, Glaucon and the others want Socrates to prove that justice is not only desirable, but that is belongs to the perceived highest class of desirable things: that which is desired both for it's own sake and that of it's consequences. Glaucon proceeds to point out that justice stems from human weakness and vulnerability...
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