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Throughout the readings of Plato The Republic and Aristotle the true meaning of justice is being identified The only way to find justice is by building a just city Glocan and Adeimantus attack justice They want to believe in justice but it is a challenge for them because they see people following justice only for the benefits They attack justice because it is not clear to them The two men see justice as a burden because people only follow it because they do not want to face the consequence not because they are just people Glocan and Adeimantus want to be convinced being just is right Primarily they would like for Socrates to prove justice is essential for happiness Glocan and Adeimantus see the people who are doing well seem to be just people Their definition of justice is being noble and having a good soul Socrates has two sources of knowing what justice is The sources are laws and religion Glocan and Adeimantuss are interested in finding what justice is in the individual The common view of justice is being selfless and doing good deeds Justice is understanding philosophyThe ring of Gyges is a ring that was used by the king of Gyges The king and shepherds were meeting to prepare their customary monthly report to the king concerning the flocks The king attended the meeting wearing the ring He turns the stone on the ring inwards and becomes invisible When turning the stone outwards he is visible As discovering the rings power the king manages to have himself appointed one of the messengers to the kings court When he arrives he seduces the queen and murders the king As a result he becomes the king of Lydia According to Plato the definition of justice in the city is minding ones own business In order to find justice a just city must be built To get a glance of what justice looks like it
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