January 15 Plato Book 1

Socrates argues against thrasymachus by asking him a

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Unformatted text preview: agrees that justice regards some advantage, he is not convinced that it is the advantage of the stronger in particular. Socrates argues against Thrasymachus by asking him a serious of leading questions, such as whether rulers can make mistakes and how this affects his advantage. This causes Thrasymachus to reply with answers that contradict his original claim. 2. In lines 350- 352, Socrates engages Thrasymachus in an argument concerning whether justice or injustice is more a...
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