world. The philosopher who makes more people question the acts of life rather than telling what he thinks is true and leaving is the man known as Plato with his student Socrates writing of his work. Plato’s most popular, well-known, and heavily studied dialogue from Socrates is known as The Republic.
intriguing because the only things we know about him is from his student, Plato. Every single thing about his life would’ve been lost in time if it were not for someone who wrote about his life. Almost every aspect of the great Socrates is so
citizen according to Plato and Aristotle. The essay will be splitted into three parts. The first part will focus on Plato’s description of citizen’s duties, followed by Aristotle’s view on it. The comparison and highlighting of the differences and similarities between philosophers will be given at the next part. Finally, it will be concluded that Aristotle and Plato have a range of notable differences as well as similarities in their views on citizen’s role in the society. PLATO Plato, in his book called
The origins of Criticism can be traced back to 5th century B.C in the works of Plato. Criticism developed overtime and with the advent of the 20th century I.A Richards for the first time talked about the role of the readers. Nevertheless, the contributions of his contemporaries including Eliot and C.S Leavis cannot be overlooked. With their arrival on the critical scene, modern criticism took a different turn. M.H Abrams too was a critic and a teacher of the 20th century. He was an American literary
In some of his writings he advocated a fairer deal for women. In his idealized Republic he foresees an upper class of ‘guardians’ among whom the chattel status of women is abolished (i.e. she is no longer owned by her husband) and in which women were to receive equal education to men. On the other hand, he ascribed the inferior status