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Form of the Good

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  1. Plato describes "The Idea of the Good" in his dialogue, The Republic, speaking through the character of Socrates

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  2. the child or offspring (ekgonos) of the Good, the ideal or perfect nature of goodness, and so an absolute measure of justice

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  3. in Platonic philosophy

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  4. Plato also explains his theory of justice in The Republic, in relation to his conception of a city in speech, both of which necessitate rule of the rational mind

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  5. in other words, philosopher-kings, who can grasp the Idea of the Good

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  6. Plato said that the highest form of knowledge is the Idea of the Good, from which things that are just gain their usefulness and value

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