PHILOS 25A Lecture 8: Sept 28 2015
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Department
Philosophy
Course
PHILOS 25A
Professor
Corcilius Klaus
Semester
Fall

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Sept 28 2015 04/10/2016 04:53:00 ← What is justice in itself? ← Why is it better to be just than to be unjust? ← How does justice benefit its possessor? ← Socrates’ immediate reaction ← I don’t see how I can be of help. Indeed, I believe I’m incapable of it. And here’s my evidence. I thought what I said to Thrasumachius showed that justice is better than injustice, but you won’t accept it from me. On the other hand, I don’t see how I can refuse my help, for I fear that it may even be impious to have breath in one’ body and the ability to speak and yet to stand idly by and not defen
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