4.Explain the myth of Gyges and why Glaucon brings it up. (359d-360e) What is it supposed to show about being just? Does it show this? Why or why not?
5. Explain how Glaucon proposes to separate the just from the unjust life, in order to judge which is the better life (360e-361d). What purpose does this separation serve for Glaucon's overall challenge?
5.Summarize Adiemantus' replies (there are several) to the objection that one cannot get thebenefits of being just simply by appearing to be just, since it is much too difficult to appear just when one is actually unjust. (365c-d)
6.Summarize Adiemantus' reply to the objection that, even if we manage to appear just to other people, surely we cannot fool the gods. (365d-366b) Try to extend his reply to morefamiliar religious views. Can it be extended to all that you know of? Why or why not?
7.What method does Socrates propose for discovering what justice is? Why does he think this is a good method? (368c-369b)