The Republic, Plato

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Philosophy

 

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March 27, 2015

 

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He considers the nature and value of justice and the other virtues as they appear both in the structure of society as a whole and in the personality of an individual human being. His goal is to discover the nature of the subject at hand, but also to involve arguments, criticisms and justifications of several insufficient attempts at defining what justice really is...
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He presents several notions but never makes a decisive opinion as to what justice actually is. His indecisiveness of justice demonstrates the ambiguous and infinite nature of philosophy. The wise, wealthy Cephalus says “it is telling the truth, and returning what you have been given.” Socrates partially agrees but points out that his definition would fail in certain conditions if they do not have any exceptions...
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