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Plato: Fix Yourself First

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A passage from The Republic, Book IV, 443d-e, which has been highly influential on the Western tradition. According to Plato, a man first "sets his own house in good order and rules himself" - harmonizing the various parts of his soul - before he can ensure justice in his actions toward others:

 

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