Ergon And Logistikon In Republic

Polis 25 (2):261-267 (2008)

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This paper explores the tension between two views attributed to Plato: 1) that every person in a just society must fulfil his function, and 2) justice requires philosophical wisdom. It is argued that is not Plato's view in Republic, and that this can be seen as early as Book II
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