The Republic was the most revealing of all Plato's early writings. Plato believed that one
could not seriously construct a political theory without a metaphysics. Therefore, we find an
outline of human life as it should be lived according to nature... Showed first 250 characters
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THE LATER DIALOGUES
In the later dialogues Soctates does not always play the leading role. He does not enter
into the conversation of Laws. More interest was shown in the possibilities of politics. Law and
legal government were stressed and it greatly influenced Aristotle... Showed next 250 characters
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Plato'S The Republic
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I do not agree with Plato’s metaphysics. Having two different realms are unbelievable. He believed the realm of appearances are made up of objects and shadow images...
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In Plato's "The Republic", Plato concludes that the nature of reality is constantly changing.
Exercise 2: Explanation of Conclusion
The primary area of philosophy that this conclusion refers to is metaphysics...
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Many of Plato's dialogues try to identify the nature or essence of some philosophically important notion by defining it. Plato was interested in how we can apply a single word or concept to many words or things...