Oct 3 - October 4 Review Book I 3 Definitions of Justice -...

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October 4 Review Book I 3 Definitions of Justice - Truth telling, returning what’s owed - Help friends harm enemies - Advantages of Stronger o Established ruling body - - Is it better to be just? o T: “Injustice is mightier, it is fatally flawed” o S: Injustice => faction (political + psychological) Injustice = divided with one’s self Also injustice to the soul, when soul can’t contain to itself How shall we live? - Work proper to soul? – Socrates = building positive anser to Thrasymachus - Virture of soul (excellence, arête) = managing well? - Justice = virtue of the soul (psyche) --- Book I = Socrates is playing games with Thrasymachus - embarrassing Thrasymachus, making him look like a fool - Socrates is ALSO laying a foundation for his definition of justice Book II - Glaucon and Adeimantus want to restore Thrasymachus arugment o Wants Socrates to TRULY persuade that it is better to live a JUST instead of an injust life o What is good? In itself – good is just good
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