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(N7) Plato- Republic Book V

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Department
Philosophy
Course
PHIL 1090
Professor
Sarah Byers
Semester
Fall

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Plato: Republic Book V “Have everything in common except own bodies” “Private” pleasures and pains Neighbor’s better car = jealousy     Jealousy in children PEACE: You are always in a group Self Contradiction 467 c­e: Fastest General Principals:  horses to escape  1) Vulnerable children must be protected. (Book II: Censorship in  on Literature/Poetry because children have delicate souls). 2) Marriage is sacred. 458 c 3) Promiscuity is wrong  458 d­e Policies 460c­61c 1) Infanticide by exposure 2) Marriage is not permanent/stable 3) “Marriage”= serial monogamy            series until next marriage lottery Book VI:  Kiensey Test: Developed by Jung (Student of Freud). Analogyphers    ▯ s it applies to Plato’s theory that philosophers should rule should rule Conceptual Knowledge: Good governor  Can we save Plato by saying he’s just being metaphorical? ­ Aristotle: It IS metaphorical E. Plato: Piety is  ­ Symposium▯deeds = children of (soul + ethical principles) justice towards 
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