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« on: Aug 19, 2016 08:48 pm »

Probably by 'the mind' Plato meant 'The soul', or more strictly the unbiased causal body.

Plato's mind was located in what we call the causal realm, so really not strictly the soul, so arguably far from the petty individual weaknesses and biases.

http://www.stenudd.com/greekphilosophers/plato.htm


http://apatheticagnostic.com/articles/meds/med01/med013.html
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« Reply #1 on: Aug 21, 2016 12:58 am »

The majority of the incorrigible ones are rulers, Socrates states: "most of those in power, my excellent friend, prove to be bad." On the other hand, when a mighty man lives righteously, this is cause for praise: "when a man with a perfectly free hand for injustice lives always a just life." Socrates evidently doubted that there would be many with such freedom, who would refrain from using it viciously.
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« Reply #2 on: Sep 28, 2016 03:25 pm »

The majority of the incorrigible ones are rulers, Socrates states: "most of those in power, my excellent friend, prove to be bad." On the other hand, when a mighty man lives righteously, this is cause for praise: "when a man with a perfectly free hand for injustice lives always a just life." Socrates evidently doubted that there would be many with such freedom, who would refrain from using it viciously.

The fool doth think he is wise, but the wise man knows himself to be a fool.
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