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THE POLIS AND THE STATE AS OBJECTS
DIKAIOSUNE AND FREEDOM IN PLATO
Education and government in Plato
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achievement action analogy Andreia Aristotle Besonderheit burgerliche Gesellschaft characteristic citizen civil law class of rulers conceived conception condition conscious constitution craftsman criticism Demiurge depends desire determined differentiated Dikaiosune distinction distinguish division of labour economic laws embodiment Empiricism Empiricist essence essential ethical freedom excluded exercise faculties former function Glaucon Greek Hegel Hegelian historical understanding history of philosophy Hobbes human idea ideal Polis implies imposed individual insight judgement latter logical Logistikon material means merely metaphysical modern moral natural natural faculties Nomos organic unity particular perfection Plato Plato's Polis political philosophy positive possess practical activity principle realization reason Recht recognize relation Republic satisfaction sense sittlich Sittlichkeit Socrates Sophia soul sovereign speculative reason sphere Staat subject class subjective element subjective freedom Techne teleological term theory threefold form Thumos tion universal virtue Weltgeist whole