Πολιτεία) [Pdf/E–book] ☆ Plato


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  • Πολιτεία
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    Free read ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ Plato Πολιτεία) [Pdf/E–book] ☆ Plato Plato ´ 5 Free download Is the attempt to determine the way of man’s life so small a matter in your eyes—to determine how life may be passed by each one of us to the greatest advantage? 1344d I propose therefore that we inuire into the nature of justice

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    Πολιτεία) [Pdf/E–book] ☆ Plato Free read ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ Plato My re reading of this for my university course has led me to the same conclusions I found when I first read it a couple of years back except this time I am fortunate enough to have understood it better than last time My conclusions being that Plato and through him Socrates was very intelligent believed he was intelligent than everyone else no matter how many times he declared himself unwise and very much lov

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    Free download Πολιτεία Plato ´ 5 Free download Free read ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ Plato I’ve gotten into the habit of dividing up the books I’ve read by whether I read them before or after Plato’s Republic Before The Republic reading was a disorganized activity—much the same as wading through a sea of j

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    Free download Πολιτεία Plato ´ 5 Free download Free read ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ Plato The Republic is where Plato lays down his ideas of an ideal state and its rulers Plato's Utopian state is one which is just and his ideal rulers are philosophers Presented as a series of dialogue between Socrates and Plato's brothers Adeimantus and Glaucon in eleven parts Plato step by step forms his ideal state Part I and II its rulers Part IV and Part VII their education women's position Part VI and the position of art

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    Plato ´ 5 Free download Πολιτεία) [Pdf/E–book] ☆ Plato I’ve read this right through a couple of times now – three or there about I think And bits of it many many times This is one of the key books of ‘the western canon’ you really do need to be aware of it And you might be surprised at how freuently it is referenced particularly in science fiction – everything from The Giver

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    Πολιτεία) [Pdf/E–book] ☆ Plato Plato ´ 5 Free download Free read ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ Plato It's been far too long ago since I read this to write a critical review however it should be reuired reading for all students in America at the very least Oh how far we have strayed

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Πολιτεία

review ↠ Πολιτεία è PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ithin it During the conversation other uestions are raised what is goodness; what is reality; and what is knowledge The Republic also addresses the purpose of education and the role o. My re reading of this for my university course has led me to the same conclusions I found when I first read it a couple of years back except this time I am fortunate enough to have understood it better than last time My conclusions being that Plato and through him Socrates was very intelligent believed he was intelligent than everyone else no matter how many times he declared himself unwise and very much loved to talk Socrates in particular must have been very fond of the sound of his own voiceYou can t give a book that revolutionised philosophy any less than 3 stars even if about 70% of it features many generalisations jumping to bizarre conclusions and claims without good reason And yes Plato and Socrates had some brilliant ideas all the brilliant because they came up with them first but they don t measure up to today s version of rational thinking Good but outdated I suppose the best thing about their ideas was that they laid the foundations for the next 2000 years of Western philosophy and politics Gender EualityAnd though hardly feminists Socrates and Plato were some of the first to publicly suggest that education should be eual to both genders apart from military training and that women should have as large a political role as men seeing as they make up half of society Go early Greek gender euality Though I suppose the line whining and crying as if they were but women or something to that effect kind of pisses on that feminist bonfire Oh wellJusticeSo here s some of the reasons why The Republic fails Firstly Socrates the character assumes that because one example demonstrates a certain type of relationship then this idea can be applied to all When he is arguing with Thrasymachus about justice Thrasymachus says that justice is whatever the rulers decide it to be and that they use this power for their own good and the weaker ie the subjects get screwed over Socrates then uses the example of a physician who is stronger than his patients but his agenda is only to help them Well1 Even if a physician selflessly helps his patients this does not prove that rulers have the best interests of their citizens in mind There is not a naturally occurring relationship between the two2 As Thrasymachus goes on to point out the physician is doing it for his own benefit because he is paid to do the jobStupidity ContradictionsSo then Socrates starts with the bullshit that doesn t get refuted because the author is on his side of course He says that the physician is divided into two roles that of physician and that of moneymaker yep So basically the two are separate and have nothing to do with each other um I beg to differ You see Some of the arguments are ridiculous He also goes on to contradict himself later by stating that rulers do get a reward for ruling money If he had maintained his previous argument then they should have done it anyway for the simple benefit of their subjects and moneymaking should be a separate thing entirelyAgent vs Act VirtuePlato and Socrates talked a great deal about justice being an agent virtue and not just an act virtue They believed that it wasn t good enough to act justly you had to have a good soul as well Makes sense until you get to where you judge people based on them having a good soul or not and just how do you do thatPerson A do you have a just soulPerson B oh yesPerson A Phew let s be friendsAnd they have a very warped view of what makes a person goodjust A just man values wisdom above all else does he I imagine a person who likes to make friends with the super smart individuals and disregard the rest to be a bit of an ass Don t you

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review ↠ Πολιτεία è PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Presented in the form of a dialogue between Socrates and three different interlocutors this classic text is an enuiry into the notion of a perfect community and the ideal individual w. All the criticisms of Plato are valid He raises straw arguments He manipulates discussions unfairly He doesn t offer realistic solutions And so onBut he is still and for very good reason the most influential philosopher in Western civilization He makes people think Most authors we read today are trying to persuade us to agree with their point of view Plato not so He wants you to disagree with him He wants you to argue with him He wants you to identify the fallacies in his arguments and some are deliberately fallacious In short he wants you to do the most difficult intellectual exercise there is He wants you to think and to think deeply The other thing to realize about Plato is that he is an exuisite poet and craftsman There is nothing accidental about what he writes there is nothing superfluous Even the most minute seeming points are there for good reason Part of the joy of reading Plato for the third fourth fifth time is to see each time a bit about what he is doing and why he is doing it to come closer to appreciating his extraordinary genius and encountering ever deeply this incredible mind

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review ↠ Πολιτεία è PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free F both women and men as guardians of the people With remarkable lucidity and deft use of allegory Plato arrives at a depiction of a state bound by harmony and ruled by philosopher kin. Halfway through now and the ability to see the book as a metaphor for civic and personal moral development becomes difficult The book is only useful if you are tracking the history of ideas which I am not The state Plato describes here is one that is highly prohibitive in almost every aspect Arts and culture are severely controlled for propaganda purposes There is a complete inability to view open transparent government as an option The guardians must be lied to and deceived constantly if they are to develop correctly Moreover to establish what we might call a footing for his premises there is an overwhelming amount of presumption on the part of the author Much of the reasoning seems specious It strikes this reader how Plato did not have a long and detailed historical record to call on as we do There are many assumptions for instance with respect to the education of the guardians that shows a weak grasp of human psychology The guardians should in effect be shielded from badness and wrongdoing if they are to develop the appropriate appreciation for virtue Well if they re not exposed to badness how will they know it when they see it Other aspects of guardian nurturing and education too are severe if not totalitarian by today s standards First the very sick are to be left to die This was of course a sign of the times Medicine was primitive But there is not an iota of compassion about those left to die This indeed would connote softness something not wanted in our guardians who are to be simultaneously brave and happy not unlike the family dog Plato actually says that The overwhelming import of the reading so far has been to show me how very far we as a culture western have come in the than 2400 years since Republic s composition As Martin Luther King Jr said and I paraphrase the arc of history is long but it bends toward justice I stopped on p 134 unable to finish To use a line from Candide the book fell from my handsAC says I should not be reading this translation at all but GMA Grube s So I will