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The best way to decide this issue is to read the book and decide for yourself.
Bloom tells us precisely why he thinks that it is a good idea to have a literal translation and he's darn convincing, I say.
That being said, Plato's Republic stands as THE most important book of Political Theory ever written.
Socrates has the annoying habit of asking every question imaginable to disguise the fact that he never answers any or voices his opinion about anything. Socratic method, amiright?Published 1 month ago by Hannia Frias
I bought this book to replace the copy I had in high school. Arrived in pristine condition! It's an excellent translation, I feel. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Scarlett
I first read Plato's "Republic" at the tender age of 21 during my senior year in college and understood absolutely nothing. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Django Rienhardt
It took me four months to read every word of this book, but I am glad I did. Plato's Republic is 2400 years old, so obviously it would be foolish of me to give it a rating. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Vegetable King
so intense and detailed that i had to read it about 5 times before i started to feel as if i was understanding it all, and i still think i could learn something new with each new... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Savannah Hulsopple