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There may also be other motives for political activity, says Socrates. Good men may be forced into politics by fear of being ruled by men worse than themselves, 347b5-e6. The good do not go to politics to enrich themselves. But to Thrasymachus conventional dikaiosyne functions in another man's interest, 343C3-4. To promote one's own interest, one must practise adikia. —Graph D below shows the frequency of the dike- and the adikia-words in Bk I. Traditionally the Republic is reported to be about dikaiosyne.
P. 4. 2) The digression constituted by Bks disputes. In 1876 A. Krohn V-VII published Der has been the subject of heated Platonische Staat, which voked discussion. Supported b y earlier investigations (esp. K . Pr. Hermann, te und System d. plat. , 1839), Krohn proposed that Bks I-IV and pro- GeshichVIII-IX were written before B C 391, and that Plato afterwards had re-edited the work, inserting V-VII. Zur Losung Other notable works to the same opinion were E . Pfleiderer, der Platonischen Rohde, Psyche Frage, 1888, and W.
What sort of private education can hold out against *) "Social psychology deals with those elements in the ideas, emotions, attitudes and habits of individuals which derive from, and relate to, the fact that man lives in social-cultural relations with his fellows". K . 956. ". . an attempt to understand and explain how the thought, feeling, and behavior of individuals are influenced b y the actual, imagined, or implied presence of other human beings". G. W. Allport, Handbook of Social Psychology, ed b y G.
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