Plato's 'Republic' and American Democracy
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In this paper, the writer discusses that the ideological and often failing idea of true democracy has been analyzed through Plato's idea of the well-ordered soul. The writer discusses that the well-ordered soul is the key to realizing a universal truth that is unchanging and reliable. In this pattern, justice hinges on the universal truths that rely on the human soul and the basis for truth that exists within Plato's ideal city-state, but fails to be realized in American democracy.
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