Thrasymachus Vs Plato Justice

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The should is divided into three sections one ways to be rational, to be appetitive and to be spirited. The soul differentiate between good and bad. How is justice defined by plato and Thrasymachus? Plato believed justice was a form of equality. In order for justice to full thrive kings would have to become philosophers and philosophers would have to become kings. Plato believes justice can be something external which reflects on a principle of good. He also believed that the ruling is a craft (Barney, 2004). However, Thrasymachus recognized it as nothing more than the advantage of the stronger. This simply means that anyone who is weak will not be carried on further. Plato believes that Thrasymachus cannot practice the craft because he is
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