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Department
Political Science
Course
POLC70H3
Professor
Daniel Lee
Semester
Fall

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JUSTICE AND INJUSTICE IN CICERO Cicero says that human beings have a natural inclination toward justice due to their nature: “a spirit that is well trained by nature will not be willing to obey for its own benefit someone whose advice, teaching and commands are not just and lawful” (I.13). If we are naturally inclined toward justice, injustice must be contradicting our nature. How does Cicero account for injustice? Do you find him convincing? POLITICAL LEADERSHIP Cicero presents us with certain leadership qualities that he thinks are needed especially by those who are eager to take on admi
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