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Philosophy - Plato's Utopian vision for a just society

1- Explain Plato's Utopian vision for a just society. In your view, what would be some of the beneficial or harmful effects of a society based solely on merit, as Plato proposed?


2- To determine citizens' aptitudes and talents, Plato favored testing them while they are young. Is it possible to discover the best career for someone this way?


3- What about people who discover or develop their true talents later in life? Is Plato too optimistic about the ease of discovering a person's true calling?


4- Don't we reward athletes, doctors, lawyers, and business executives according to their merit and not by democratic vote? Should our leaders be chosen the same way, as Plato suggests? Why or why not?


5- Respond to the Philosophy Now exercise questions on page 363 concerning "Merit or Equality: Who Gets to Live?"


6 - Hobbes believes that there is no such thing as justice until the Leviathan is established. This means that justice does not exist independently of an authority to define and enforce it. Explain why you agree or disagree with this view.


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áDO NOT FORGET TO MENTION" Concerning the question on page 363patient who are on waiting list for organs transplant should not be a question of social or moral. It rather a matter of justice to whom the criteria fits and who will benefit of the transplant the most

Philosophy - Plato's Utopian vision for a just society

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