The Republic

What is Socrates’ notion of justice (433a-434d). Is his concept of justice universally valid? Explain why or why not.

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For Socrates, justice in the individual is harmony among the three principles of the soul, achieved by rationality, or reason ‹the wisest faculty (in terms of the State, the guardians).

The second part of the question requires your opinion.