By Simon Blackburn
Los angeles república de Platón, sus orígenes, sus significados y su vigencia en nuestros días.
«Ella [la injusticia extrema] es los angeles tiranía que arrebata lo ajeno, sea sagrado o profano, privado o público, por dolo o por fuerza, no ya en pequeñas partes, sino en masa.»
Platón, l. a. República
Tal vez Platón sea el filósofo más importante de los angeles historia. Escrito en Atenas hacia el 375 a.C., l. a. república es su diálogo más conocido. Su discusión de l. a. ciudad perfecta, y l. a. mente perfecta, sentó los cimientos de los angeles cultura occidental y, durante más de dos mil años, ha estado en el corazón de los angeles filosofía occidental.En este libro Simon Blackburn explica las rules jurídicas, morales y políticas de l. a. república, y examina su influencia en el mundo contemporáneo. Muestra cómo, desde san Agustín hasta Wordsworth y los filósofos del siglo XX, el pensamiento occidental ha sido, y sigue siendo, una serie de respuestas a uno de los libros más importantes del mundo.
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