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Geoff Sayre-McCord Intro to Ethics (Phil 160) Plato's Republic: Study Questions Book II, 357a-368c 1. Glaucon distinguishes three kinds of goodness. What are they and what are some examples of each? (357a-d) 2. What is Glaucon's challenge? 3. Is injustice really more profitable than justice, as long as no one else discovers one's transgressions? 4. Glaucon offers an account of the origin and nature of justice (359a-b). How does it go? 5. Do people who practice justice do so only because they lack the power to be unjust? How does Glaucon try to show that they do? (359c-360d) 6. What would the people you know do if they had the magic ring of Gyges? 7. Adeimantus notes that people always praise justice by appeal to its consequences. Why is
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