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The goal of this paper, and what distinguishes it from previous writing assignme

The goal of this paper, and what distinguishes it from previous writing assignments, is to work with and across multiple texts and/or literary genres or, in the case of the Thucydides prompt, to work exclusively with multiple speeches within Thucydides (see prompts #1 below). You may incorporate any of the assigned literary works for this class into your thesis, with the exception of Homer (Iliad and Odyssey) and Aeschylus (Agamemnon and Eumenides) (i.e., we would like you to work with…

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…