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PLEASE READ CAREFULLY DOWNLOAD & READ THE TWO ATTACHMENTS In the midst of Book 2

PLEASE READ CAREFULLY DOWNLOAD & READ THE TWO ATTACHMENTS In the midst of Book 2 of the Republic and of a discussion about what justice is -- and after being asked to praise justice -- Socrates proposes an examination of what justice is in the city and the individual (368a), which leads him to consider the origins of the city as through this "... [we would] also see the origin in it of justice and injustice' (369a). Explain how "this…

I attached the rubric and a pdf of the text excerpts (sources) below, and the pa

I attached the rubric and a pdf of the text excerpts (sources) below, and the paper is a comparative analysis of two texts we've covered in the course so far. I would prefer that you choose the excerpt from Plato's Symposium and the excerpt from Augustine's Confessions, but if you find that you can formulate a more effective comparison of any of the other two texts listed, that is also fine.

REQUIREMENTS: – Read Books 1-3 of Thucydides, On Justice, Power and Human Nature

REQUIREMENTS: - Read Books 1-3 of Thucydides, On Justice, Power and Human Nature, (translated by Paul Woodruff (Hackett Publishing Company: 1993). ISBN: 978-0872201682) - Use QUOTES from the text (Thucydides, On Justice, Power and Human Nature) to support your arguments, and cite in classics style - Review attached documents for more information / any questions PROMPT: How do Perikles and Alcibiades each make a case for Athens to enter into military conquests — Perikles against the Spartans at the start…