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Title: Plato vs Machiavelli

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Subject: History
Author: Tonya G
Date: November 6, 2014
Level: University
Grade: A
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His utopian society was centered on creating society perfect; he sought to answer the probing question: What would it be like if the world was perfect? Virtue was a skill that had to be practiced daily to attain perfection. To be a good ruler in Platonic society one had to aspire to all the virtuous qualities of a perfect soul and aim for utopia...

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A good ruler acted the same all the time. One without moral virtue was considered unjust. Doing evil to men who were evil was shunned. It was seen as adding to the evil in the world. The way to conquer evil was with honor and virtue. The division of public and private lives did not exist in Platonic society, and ulterior motives were non existent to him...

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