Justıce is experienced in two perspective as realistic and idealistic views. In idealistic perspective, abstract relations and ideals have a great importance more than the concrete one. They support that people know everything via coherence of thoughts, with the help of ideals and as ideal. In this book, Socrates has an idealistic perspective towards justice. He supports that justice in the city and in the individual is the same thing. In realistic perspective, concrete things are more important than abstract things. Realist people support that presence is detached from conscious and it exist objectively. In this book, Thrasymachus has a realistic view. He supports that if strong people have the control of justice, they can use this for their own self-interest.
Thrasymachus, He says that “…justice is nothing than the advantage of stronger” (338c). He develops his arguments by giving examples of some cities which are ruled... [continues]
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