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The Influence of the Cave Allegory

distance. In some way one can compare this to how humans contemplate form. It is not easy. If one stretches the allegory and sees ...

Totalitarianism and Plato

In fifteen pages this report considers a review of literature in a discussion of whether or not Plato founded totalitarianism in h...

Societal Structure Lessons in The Republic by Plato

the best" (the literal definition of aristocracy) was to be achieved. This scenario, by its very nature, assured the manifestatio...

Form and Justice Theories of Plato

the notion of justice. This was essentially defined as doing the right thing. We note that one of the characters in the Republic i...

Perspectives on the Soul, Socrates and Aristotle

for Plato and are directly related to that capacity of understanding. Physical things of the world must, of necessity, have bodily...

Comparing Poetry Attitudes of Aristotle and Plato

things that are not concrete, but ideas. This type of thinking, the student could state, however, really puts a hold on empirical ...

Greek Society and Cultural Values

they know was agreed upon in full assembly; and should it be decided that this is not so, the poor have discovered a hundred excus...

Wealthy Families in New York City History

The part played by New York's wealthiest families in the city's history is outlined and discussed. The writer describes how the Ro...

American and Greek Democracies - A Comparison

In a paper of five pages, the writer looks at American and Greek democracies. The Republic of Plato is also presented in summary-f...

Report from a City Inspector General

If a city lacks policies and procedures regarding any area of functioning, it makes it easier for employees to commit fraud. Josep...

3 Similes in The Republic by Plato

which sight resides is the sun? No. Yet of all the organs of sense the eye is the most like the sun? By far the most like" (204)...

'Allegory of the Cave' and the Persuasive Rhetoric of Plato

In six pages this report discusses how Plato uses rhetoric persuasively in his 'Allegory of the Cave' featured in The Republic. T...

Art Criticism of Plato

In five pages this paper examines art as it was critiqued by Plato in The Republic. There are no other sources cited....

Women's Status and the Views of Plato

In ten pages The Republic is examined in a consideration of how Plato regarded women's status and the issue of equality. There ar...

Tutorial on Plato and Ralph Waldo Emerson

In five pages the individual is defined as revealed in The Republic by Plato and in Self Reliance by Ralph Waldo Emerson with the ...

Making Ethical Decisions and Justice

In seven pages the process of making ethical decisions is discussed in terms of the definitions provided in The Holy Bible and The...

Training Dion II of Syracuse to be a Philosopher King in The Republic by Plato

In twenty pages this paper discusses the failed efforts of Plato to sufficiently train Dionysus the Younger to become a philosophe...

Axiological, Ontological, and Epistemological Arguments Featured in The Republic by Plato

In ten pages this paper discusses how knowledge is considered via three types of philosophical arguments in The Republic by Plato....

Utopian Education and The Republic by Plato

In four pages this paper examines the educational ideal of Utopia Plato presented in The Republic. There are no other sources lis...

Philosopher King, Utopia, and The Republic by Plato

In nine pages this paper examines the social utopia presided over by a philosopher king as described by Plato in The Republic. Th...

'Noble Myth' or 'Myth of Metals' in The Republic by Plato

In three pages this paper discusses how the Athenians made class distinctions in a consideration of Socrates' noble myth depicted ...

Contemporary Government and The Republic by Plato

In eight pages this paper examines the contemporary government relevance of Socrates' views as portrayed in The Republic by Plato....

'The Noble Lie' or 'Myths of the Metals' in The Republic by Plato

In five pages this paper examines The Republic in terms of what meaning Plato attached to the 'myths of the metals' and considers ...

Equality Perspectives of Plato in The Republic

In four pages this paper discusses equality in terms of opportunity, economics, government, and politics as considered in The Repu...

Thomas Hobbes and Plato on Government and Politics

In ten pages the political theory and government structural views of Thomas Hobbes and Plato are compared and contrasted as they a...

Thomas Hobbes and Plato II

In six pages this paper contrasts and compares the philosophical views of Hobbes and Plato regarding the state and democracy as re...

Political Structures, Conformity, and Individuality

Conformity was the rule of the republic, certainly not the exception. Plato was not at all concerned with the problems of the ind...

Issues in the Classroom

In six pages issues involving cultural prejudice in the classroom and how the educator should handle such an occurrence is conside...

Plato and Sophocles

very powerful and just individual, putting aside the fact she was a woman. While this speaks of men, and fighting for justice, one...

Social Control and the 'Noble Lie' of Plato

stratification of society. The rulers tell the populace that the divisions between one social group and another are because of div...