The Republic

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Penguin Books, 1971 - Political science - 622 pages
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User Review  - Eliza Weisman - Goodreads

While I find a rather significant chunk of what Plato suggests on government to be, shall we say, rather distateful, The Republic is certainly worth reading for its importance in the history of ... Read full review

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User Review  - David Drinkwater - Goodreads

First a much abbreviated summary: The dialog concerns the nature of justice and, ultimately, whether it is better to be a just man or an unjust man. In order to answer this they spend 90+% of the book ... Read full review

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Contents

Section Page 1 THE INTRODUCTION I
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THE ANALYSIS OF BOOK I
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BOOK I THE REPUBLIC
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