Ring of Gyges

Given the range of reasoning about life, what have you learned from these ancient Greek and Roman philosophers that can prove useful for facing our personal and social responsibilities today? In other words, how is justice understood by these philosophers we have studied?

Choose at least one philosopher that we have read, and be certain to refer to key passages of our reading by using page numbers in parentheses. With Plato, you are fine using the Stephanus numbers. Focus on a particular interest such as knowledge and belief, pleasure, politics, justice or morality, friendship—a clear topic that you can explore first from the reading, then from your experience and the diverse world we inhabit.

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