An explication of Protagoras' views on Punishment

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In reply to this statement, Protagoras explains how Zeus, a god, gave humans their sense of justice and shame in order for them to come together - to protect themselves - in cities (18). Because of this shared sense of justice and shame, Protagoras reasons that all men are advisors of virtue...
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Although both men reach some sort of agreement regarding a man’s innate sense of virtue, the fact that all men could be advisors of virtue was not agreed upon. Protagoras explains that afflictions due to bad luck are never punished. These afflictions include ugliness and a lack of physical strength, to name a few...
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