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By Philip J. Davis, William G. Chinn

ISBN-10: 0817633049

ISBN-13: 9780817633042

ISBN-10: 3764333049

ISBN-13: 9783764333041

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There is then a resemblance between soul and city in these respects that in each there is (a) a ruling element in which its wisdom is located; (b) an element of force, energy, and spirit, which provides the ingredient of courage, . "4) To assert more similarities is not warranted by the structure of the analogy, concludes Murphy. I. M. Crombie, An Examination of Plato's Doctrines, vols I-II, London 1962-1963, belongs to the comprehensive works which discuss Plato's doctrines topic by topic. The first volume is, however, devoted to Plato on Man and Society and contains a lengthy review of the Republic.

85. 344C4—6, ovrcos, <3 2/coKpares, Kal luxvporcpov teal eXev&epidyr€pov Kai dearrOTLKwrepov a&iKia StKatoavvijs early . . 63 happy-go-lucky thefts or robberies. This is the Thrasymachian superman theory in politics. Attacking the notion of complete adikia (349c ff) Socrates starts from the point of view that the unjust man has an unrestricted desire, invariably subjecting him to a competition for dominance. Wherever he is (being with just or unjust men) he always claims more than is his due. So adikia generates discord.

E. all those whom I do not know personally, and, being neither my friends nor my enemies, are nevertheless entitled to fair treatment. 6) The short conversation with Polemarchus ends with some conclusions about the contrary effects of dikaiosyne and adikia. They differ as heat does from cold. Doing harm cannot be the business of the just man, but of his opposite, the unjust man, 335d3~i2. The conclusions are provisional, but there is an underlying belief that dikaiosyne is something active and useful, belonging properly to the human sphere {dv&pcoTrela aperq, 335C4).

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