Plato Paper Topics Papers should be 4 pagesin length (normal
Plato Paper Topics Papers should be 4 pagesin length (normal font, regular margins). Reflection and analysispapers require that you express your own personal reaction to the topic.They should include an introduction, which gives the reader a clearsense of the purpose/aim/plan of your paper. Introductions should endwith a statement of the main idea of the paper. You should thendevelop/defend your main idea in several body paragraphs. Each bodyparagraph should have one main idea that you develop with evidence anddiscussion. Body paragraphs should begin with your topic sentence (themain idea of the paragraph); you should then develop this idea withexplanation/discussion/example/quotations from the text.The last sentence of each body paragraph should provide some transitionto your next paragraph. Your conclusion should recap your main idea andalso suggest possible new avenues for further reflection. Agood essay does not need to address each and every question within theprompt (though you’ll probably want to take up several of them in youressay). Take the questions as a jumping-off point for your own thinkingin the topic. Remember, these essays should demonstrate your ownsustained reflection on the topic, so give yourself some time to turnthe issues over in your mind before you begin writing. Paper Topics Thrasymachusdefines justice as â€œthe advantage of the strongerâ€ (338c). Explain thisview. What does it mean? How does Plato refute this definition ofjustice? Is his refutation effective? Why or why not?Plato’stheory of Justice: Discuss and analyze the view of justice that emergesfrom the discussion between Plato and Glaucon. Why does Plato believethat it is better to look for justice in the city before looking for itin the soul? What is the view of justice espoused by Plato? Do you agreewith the view of justice described in this conversation? Why or whynot?Plato’saccount of the philosopher: What is a philosopher, according to Plato?What makes a philosopher different from â€œlovers of seeingâ€? What does aphilosopher know? Why should the philosopher rule the ideal city?Plato’s theory of Forms: Whatare the main features of the Theory of Forms? What is the differencebetween the visible and intelligible worlds? What is a form (or idea)?What is the relationship between the particular and the universal? Whatdoes it mean to say that the particular owes its very being (itsexistence) to the universal? How does the Idea of the Good fit into thistheory? Why does Plato call the idea of the good â€œthe greatest and mostappropriate subjectâ€ (504d) for study?Plato’sMetaphysics, the Divided Line, and the Cave: The Allegory of the Caveillustrates several features of the Divided Line; it also dramatizes theeducation of the soul. Briefly describe the basic contours of theallegroy. What is its basic â€œplotâ€? Also, describe in detail thecorrespondences between the Divided Line and the Allegory of the Cave.How does the allegory also provide insight into Platoâ€™s views oneducation?Platoon Poetry and Art: Analyze and evaluate Plato’s views on poetry andart. Why does he think the arts represent the very lowest kind of being?Why does Plato insist that art/poetry will be censored, and evenbanned, in the ideal city? What affect does poetry have on the soul,according to Plato? Is he correct? PLEASE UNDERSTAND THE QUESTION AND MAKE SURE YOU USE THE POWERPOINT ATTATCHED BELOW.