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Plato’s Notion Of Philosopher King, And Nigerian Leaders by cbravo5: 7:13pm On Aug 05, 2018
The Ideal State. The True State according to Plato
Plato, while talking about the State, meant it to be the ideal state. According to Plato, this ideal Sate will not be democratic, rather authoritarian. He believes that this ideal
State will be an example on how other States will be built. In this ideal State, Plato divided the citizens into three classes, namely, the guardians, the auxiliaries or the soldiers and the common people. These correspond to the three parts of the Soul in Plato’s psychology. These three parts are Reason, Spirit and Appetite. The guardians
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