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An interesting read. Should be a required text for high schools, and written analyses of the book should be required for candidates who want to hold political office.Published 1 month ago by RB
Although some comments are positive, I reject this translator's' decision to translate dikaois as "morality" instead of "justice" as every other translation gives... Read morePublished 1 month ago by SCS
This book came in great condition, had to order it for my english class. The book itself is very interesting and should be brought even if its not assigned to you, If i would end... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Elizabeth
One of the finest translations of the Republic, the central work in the Platonic corpus, with a solid introduction and helpful notes.Published 4 months ago by Robert A. Padgug
Waterfield here blasts into nothingness any style, elegance, "flow" or any human, aesthetic reaction indeed beyond anhedonia in this utterly trashy, vulgar and... Read morePublished 21 months ago by NOMOPHYLAX
Like other Waterfield translations, this one is great in that it gives you:
--A helpful introduction
--A translation which emphasizes readability and flows... Read more