Plato's Theory of Justice

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April 1, 2017

 

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Plato proposes that each person within his city has a defined role, based upon his or her nature, because a city benefits more “if each person does one thing for which he is naturally suited” (Plato 101, 370c) as opposed to performing many different roles. This is similar to how he defines that each element of a person’s soul has its own task for which it is naturally suited...
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This is similar to how he defines that each element of a person’s soul has its own task for which it is naturally suited. In defining this Plato asserts that each person is happiest performing his or her naturally defined role and that in doing so they would make the whole city as happy as possible (Plato 130, 420b-c)...
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