The Republic
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Delve into the profound philosophical exploration of justice, ethics, and the ideal society in Plato's Republic. As Plato writes, "Justice means minding your own business and not meddling with other men's concerns." This timeless work continues to challenge and inspire readers with its enduring questions about the nature of a just and virtuous society.

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  • Cleitophon
  • Thrasymachus
  • Sophocles
  • Cephalaus
  • Adeimantus
  • Polemarchus
  • Glaucon
  • Servant
  • Socrates

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