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Glaucon's Challenge Breakdown of the discussion between Glaucon and Socrates from Plato's Republic The breakdown includes what both Socrates and Glaucon agree on in regards to their concept of good as well as an easy to read overview of how Glaucon argue

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Philosophy
Course
PHL105Y5
Professor
Jonathan Peterson
Semester
Winter

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Thursday February 16 2011 Course Introduction to Philosophy Study Notes Glaucons Challenge Author Plato Glaucons Challenge From The Republic 1 357 Glaucon and Socrates classify the 3 kinds of good and disagree on the category that fits justiceSocrates provokes Glaucon to succeed Thrasymachuss abandonment of the argument to attempt to truly convince Glaucon it is better in every way to be just than unjustBoth Socrates and Glaucon agree on certain kinds of good 1 The good for its own sake such as for joy harmless pleasures 2 The good that comes from the sake that comes from it health seeing knowledge 3 The good that comes from the rewards that comes from thingsSocrat
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