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Daily Archives: July 12, 2010
In G.A. Kennedy’s New History of Classical Rhetoric, something on page 221 stood out to me. I’ll start with some background information. In Plato’s Republic, Socrates tries to define righteousness. He doesn’t believe that righteousness should be done to receive … Continue reading