The Republic

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Penguin Books, 1971 - Political science - 622 pages
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Plato's Republic is one of the world's most famous thought experiments. It is usually described as a treatise on justice in an ideal State, and while that is not incorrect, it is not the whole story ... Read full review

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This was my first experience reading Plato, and it was an interesting one. I would be lying if I said I wasn’t relieved to have finished reading it, but I would also be lying if I said I didn’t like ... 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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