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Gordon Knight

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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Miss Krista Schneider on Sunday September 27, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to PHIL 201 at Iowa State University taught by Gordon Knight in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 4 views. For similar materials see /class/214524/phil-201-iowa-state-university in PHIL-Philosophy at Iowa State University.

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Date Created: 09/27/15
Study Questions for Final Exam 1 Explain the three sorts of good distinguished by Glaucon in book 11 of the Republic Give an example of each 2 According to Glaucon in book 11 of the Republic what sort of good is justice How does he use the ring of Gyges thought experiment to support this claim 3 According to Glaucon why do we agree to accept laws that limit our ability to pursue our own self interest 4 Explain the de nitions Socrates gives of Justice in the city and justice in the individual in Book IV of the Republic Is there any reason to suppose that an individual who has a just soul will also act in accord with the conventional standards of justice not steal murder etc Explain 5 Explain the smile of the sun in book VI of the Republic In what way is the Good the cause of the forms how is this like the way the forms themselves are causes 6 Explain how the allegory of the cave illustrates two ways that Plato believes philosophers make the best rulers 7 Explain the three arguments Plato gives in Book IX of the Republic in favor of the belief that the just person s life is better than that of the unjust person


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