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- Plato vs SocratesPlato was one of the most influential and significant philosophers throughout the antient and modern world. Through his rich blood line and his years of studying under Socrates, Plato was able to develop various theories, such as the Theory of Knowledge and The Forms.
- There are two basic questions in this world. Who governs? And to what ends do they govern? These questions raise concerns over the limits of power given to people. How much power is just? In their writings, Plato, John Locke, and Robert A. Dahl address the question of what is the meaning of justice and sovereignty.
- Plato was born around the year 428 BCE into an established Athenian household with a history of political connections — including distant relations to both Solon and Pisistratus. Plato’s parents were Ariston and Perictone, his older brothers were Adeimantus and Glaucon, and his younger sister was Potone.
- Aristotle argues that in order for a polis to emerge, a union between man and women must convene. Later a household must be introduced which unites with other households to form a village, villages come together to form city-states. This theory is Aristotle?s natural view that an individual can not be self sufficient Plato argues that, in order to achieve absolute justice, a city-state is needed.
- One of the most influential minds in western philosophy is that of Plato. Plato lived from 422-347 B.C, was born into an aristocratic family in the city of Athens. He was a student of Socrates and a teacher of Aristotle. Plato followed the basic ideas of Socrates, in which no laws are to be broken despite their relevance.
- Imagine the time just after the death of Socrates. The people of Athens were filled with questions about the final judgment of this well-known, long-time citizen of Athens. Socrates was accused at the end of his life of impiety and corruption of youth.
- Because he is so involved in metaphysics, his views on politics are more theoretical as opposed to actual.
- This blueprint was a sketch of a society in which the problems he thought were present in his society would be eased (Hacker 4). Plato sought to cure the afflictions of both human society and human personality (Hacker 4). Essentially what Plato wants to achieve is a perfect society.
- Socrates deals directly with the philosophy of the individual’s goodness and virtue, but also ties it to his concept of the perfect state, which is a republic of three classes of people with a rigid social structure and little in the way of amusement.
- The rain beat down on that cold October morning as my feet scurried toward the courthouse. The smell of hotdogs, onions, Tabasco Sauce, and pollution filled the air. The town looked to be in a panic as people were running around aimlessly trying to get to their respective places of employment on time.
- Ralph Waldo Emerson once wrote One man s justice is another s injustice. This statement quite adequately describes the relation between definitions of justice presented by Polemarchus and Thrasymachus in Book I of the Republic. Polemarchus initially asserts that justice is to give to each what is owed (Republic 331d), a definition he picked up from Simonides.
- Would a just man steal? This is a dilemma. The basic question that this boils down to is if people are good merely for the reputation or for actual moral values that they might have? I believe a truly good person would not steal for the latter, or from their own values.
- One of the early dialogues in which Plato had written was Euthyphro. The Euthyphro dialogue begins with Socrates becoming involved in a touchy conversation with an over confident young man, Euthyphro. Socrates finds Euthyphro perfectly certain of his own ethical morality even in the situation of prosecuting his own father in court.
- One of the main concepts in both Plato’s Republic and Hobbes’ Leviathan is justice For Plato, the goal of his Republic is to discover what justice is and to demonstrate that it is better than injustice Plato does this by explaining justice in two different ways: through a city or polis and through an individual human beings soul He uses justice in a city to reveal justice in an individual For Hobbes, the term justice is used to explain the relationship between morality and self-interest Hobbes explains justice in relation to obligations and self-preservation This essay will analyze justice spe
- Plato was among the most important and creative thinkers of the ancient world. He was born in Athens in 428 BC to an aristocratic and well-off family. Even as a young child Plato was familiar with political life because his father, Ariston was the last king of Athens.
- The Greek Philosopher Plato considered a properly led human life, (the good life ) to be achieved through harmony (thus of the soul, and of the people in a state). Plato describes the soul as having three parts, which he calls reason, spirit, and appetite.
- Confucius was born into minor aristocracy and was of noble status. Upon the death of his mother, Confucius followed the prevailing custom of going into seclusion for three years; it was in this time he began examining ways of improving himself. He was a self-made scholar and an expert in the code of li, the code of etiquette.
- Book 1 of Plato’s Republic raises the question what is justice? Four views of justice are examined. The first is that justice is speaking the truth and paying one’s debt. The second is that justice is helping one’s friends and harming one’s enemies. The third view of justice is that it is to the advantage of the stronger.
- I once heard the comment “beauty can save the world”. This struck me as whimsical because I had always thought of beauty as pleasing and enjoyable and that’s about it. But then I read Plato’s Republic. His thoughts on beauty gave me new things to consider.
- I. In the Euthyphro, Euthyphro himself gives three proposals of piety. First, the pious is to prosecute the wrongdoer and the impious is not to prosecute the wrongdoer. Socrates disputes this example as lacking generality. He believed that in order to define piety, one had to find the form that made all pious acts pious.