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Justice The Ring of Gyges
Socrates Lived in Athens, Greece 469 BC–399 BC His most famous student was….
Plato Lived in Athens, Greece 428/427 BC – 348/347 BC His most famous student was …
Aristotle Lived in Athens, Greece 384 BC – 322 BC His most famous student was …
Alexander the Great Lived in Macedon, Greece 356–323 BC Created one of the largest empires in ancient history. His empire marks the beginning of Hellenistic Civilization
Hellenistic Era begun by Alexander the Great: 323 BC to about 146 BC
Ring of Gyges
What is worse? Suffering harm Inflicting harm
Glaucon Deep down, everyone would rather inflict harm than to suffer harm. If you had a choice to be on the receiving end or the giving end of harm, which would you choose?
Glaucon on Justice Completely Powerful Completely Powerless Scale of Power
Glaucon on Justice Completely Powerful Completely Powerless Most of us are in between.
Glaucon on Justice Completely Powerful Completely Powerless Justice is the mean between the extremes
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