What are the three views about justice as written by Plato?
Plato, through Socrates, muses that his three views about justice are as follows: Justice is a balance of reason, spirit, and appetite. What does Plato say about justice? Plato says that justice is not mere strength, but it is a harmonious strength. Justice is not the right of the stronger but the effective harmony of the whole.
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