Title: Athens

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Subject: Philosophy
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Date: November 21, 2012
Level: University
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The Noble Lie was a product of Plato whom believed that each man must accept his place and status in a harmonious order, so as to render themselves ?more inclined to care for the state and one another' (reference.) The idea of the lie however lacks the principles of Plato's arguments for a state controlled by rationality, suggesting instead that not only were additional principles necessary, but that the ideas behind one grand unreasoned myth could prove beneficial...

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There may be modern parallels to the noble lie that have successfully come about, but it is evident that Plato's lie is and will remain an inapplicable concept. Upon introducing his ?Phoenician Tale' (reference.), Plato is unsure whether or not its suggestion has merit, as the lie is blatantly unachievable...

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