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'Wealth and poverty; the one is the parent of luxury and indolence, and the other of meanness and viciousness, and both of discontent.'
Plato's The Republic forms the foundation of most Western philosophy. An inquiry into politics, a discourse on morality and a brilliantly insightful exposition of philosophy are framed into a simple dialogue between Socrates and his pupils.
Translated by the renowned Oxford classicist, Benjamin Jowett, The Republic is highly accessible yet filled with fascinating depths for students of philosophy. It shows us the vision of an ideal society and what we can do as individuals to help create it.
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