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    Plato on Injustice in Republic Book I.Yuji Kurihara - 2008 - Proceedings of the Xxii World Congress of Philosophy 2:133-139.
    To understand Plato’s Republic as a whole, we must know his notion of injustice as well as that of justice, since he makes a comparison between the life of justice and the life of injustice. Prior to his detailed analyses of injustice in Books IV, VIII, and IX, Plato discusses injustice philosophically even in Book I. In this paper I deal with 351b-352b where Plato clarifies the function of injustice by appeal to the analogy between city and individual. According to (...)
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