Plato: The Good Life

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Philosophy

 

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Mark J

 

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September 27, 2013

 

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University

 

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Plato views the good life as being attained through the perfect love and lack of desire. He ultimately sees the good life as the state a person exhibits total virtue. But what does he consider virtue? Virtue comes from the absence of desires, so true happiness means being satisfied to the point one does not have desires...
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This satisfaction and happiness occur when a person arrives at the mystical understanding of the world. He believes that everyone has the power to be virtuous. That it is obtainable, and hidden in our nature. Plato feels that the good life is the same for all people. This I necessarily do not agree on...
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