Download ✤ The Republic Author Plato – Fanfaremedia.co.uk

The Republic txt The Republic , text ebook The Republic , adobe reader The Republic , chapter 2 The Republic , The Republic e55475 Presented In The Form Of A Dialogue Between Socrates And Three Different Interlocutors, This Classic Text Is An Enquiry Into The Notion Of A Perfect Community And The Ideal Individual Within It During The Conversation, Other Questions Are Raised What Is Goodness What Is Reality And What Is Knowledge The Republic Also Addresses The Purpose Of Education And The Role Of 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 Kings.


About the Author: Plato

Greek Arabic Alternate Spelling Plat n, Platone Plato is a Classical Greek philosopher, mathematician, student of Socrates, writer of philosophical dialogues, and founder of the Academy in Athens, the first institution of higher learning in the Western world Along with his mentor, Socrates, and his student, Aristotle, Plato helped to lay the foundations of Western philosoph Greek Arabic Alternate Spelling Plat n, Platone Plato is a Classical Greek philosopher, mathematician, student of Socrates, writer of philosophical dialogues, and founder of the Academy in Athens, the first institution of higher learning in the Western world Along with his mentor, Socrates, and his student, Aristotle, Plato helped to lay the foundations of Western philosophy and science.Plato is one of the most important Western philosophers, exerting influence on virtually every figure in philosophy after him His dialogue The Republic is known as the first comprehensive work on political philosophy Plato also contributed foundationally to ethics, metaphysics, and epistemology His student, Aristotle, is also an extremely influential philosopher and the tutor of Alexander the Great of Macedonia



10 thoughts on “The Republic

  1. says:

    Let me explain why I d recommend this book to everyone Plato is stupid Seriously.And it s important that you all understand that Western society is based on the fallacy ridden ramblings of an idiot Read this, understand that he is not joking, and understand that Plato is well and truly fucked in the head.Every single one of his works goes like this SOCRATES Hello, I will now prove this theory STRAWMAN Surely you are wrong SOCRATES Nonsense Listen, Strawman can we agree to the follow Let me explain why I d recommend this book to everyone Plato is stupid Seriously.And it s important that you all un...


  2. says:

    All the criticisms of Plato are valid He raises straw arguments He manipulates discussions unfairly He doesn t offer realistic solutions And so on.But 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 All the criticisms of Plato are valid He raises straw arguments He manipulates discussions unfairly He doesn t offer realistic solutions And so on.But he is still, and for very good reason, the most influentia...


  3. says:

    Plato s The Republic , is a great but flawed masterpiece of western literature, yes it makes sense, mostly, some of it I am the wisest man in the world because I know one thing, that I know nothing , said the smart man Socrates Plato is writing for Socrates, his friend and teacher Late teacher, since being forced to commit suicide by the uncomfortable citizens of Athens the famous poisoned cup of hemlock , for corrupting the minds of youth Socrates didn t believe books were as effect Plato s The Republic , is a great but flawed masterpiece of western literature, yes it makes sense, mostly, some of it I am the wisest man in the world because I know one thing, that I know nothing , said the smart man Socrates Plato is writing for Socrates, his friend and te...


  4. says:

    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 advantage1.344d I propose therefore that we inquire into the nature of justice and injustice, first as they appear in the State, and secondly in the individual, proceeding from the greater to the lesser and comparing them2.368e 369aThe Republic An ApologyThe safest general characterization of the European philosophical tradition is th 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 advantage1.344d I propose therefore that we inquire into the nature of justice and injustice, first as they appear in the State, and secondly in the individual, proceeding from the greater to the lesser and comparing them2.368e 369aThe Republic An ApologyThe safest general characterization ...


  5. says:

    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 wasintelligent 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 My re reading of this...


  6. says:

    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 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 ...


  7. says:

    The Republic, Plato 1976 1335 1348 648 1368 1379 1383 1384 1392 1353 10 The Republic, Plato 1976 1335 1348 648 1368 1379 1383 1384 1392 1353 10 549 10


  8. says:

    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 jumbled thoughts and opinions I had no basis from which to select books, except by how much they appealed to my na ve tastes But after reading The Republic, it was as if the entire intellectual landscape was put into perspective Reading became a focused activity, meant to engage 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 jumbled thoughts and opinions I had no basis from which to select books, except by how much they appealed to my na ve tastes But after reading The Republic, it was as if the entire intellectual landscape was put into perspective Reading became a focused activity, meant to engage with certain questions Question is the key word here because, in the end, that s what Plato is all about as...


  9. says:

    It s been far too long ago since I read this to write a critical review, however, it should be required reading for all students in America at the very least Oh how far we have strayed.


  10. says:

    Strange days indeed, when we are sent back to re visit the very roots of philosophy within the ancient world Audio book 4 49 25


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *