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Historical Background and Content
Social Stratification according to Manu and Plate
State and Government
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According to Manu according to Plato Achyuthan Ancient appetitive appointed asrama Athens Atman auxiliaries begets birth body born Brahmana called caste system cave child Crossman death democracy Dharma sutras dialectic dialogues duties elements evil father form of marriage four varnas functions gods Greek guardians Hence higher Hindu human husband Ibid ideal important India Indian individual inequality Karl Popper king knowledge Ksetrajna Kshatriya living maintains Manu and Plato Manu holds Manu lays Manu Smriti Manu-Smriti marriage marry mating mind mobility nature negro Niyoga observes occupation perform person philosopher-king philosophers Plato holds Plato lays political prestige producing class punishment Purusa qualities Rajas regard Republic rule rulers sacred law Sanskaras Sattva sense social society Socrates soul spirit status stratification system student Sudra Tamas teacher timocracy tion transmigration twice-born Upanisads Vaisya varnas Veda Vedic wife woman women Yavanas