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Unformatted text preview: -if we take Socrates seriously, then next thing to ask is how do acquire this virtue? and if you say its solcare then-the whole reason for asking questions is to get the answer-as long as you are intellectually acting, critical and probing, then you are virtuous and caring for your soul-but criticial exam. Of these questions is an end in itself; goal is being virtuous. Being virtuous is not the same (nowhere in any dialogue of plato) that virtue is the quest for knowledge.-if you can give a logos of justice, then you can give that logos as a litmus test in a particular test ie) is escaping from prison just or not?-doing justice is paramount? Doing injustice is absolutely wrong?...
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- Fall '11