How justice is portrayed in Sophocles’ Antigone and in Plato’s Republic.

Both Sophocles‘s Antigone (Famous Greek tragedy story) and Plato’s The Republic plainly represent and illustrate the conceptions of justice. When addressing justice both of the works illuminate their argument upon tyranny and immorality accompanied by death. Thrasymachus declares this while discussing with Socrates, saying “Don’t you know that some cities are ruled by a tyranny, some by a democracy, and some by aristocracy”.

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Our Personal Information as “Money” to Purchase Goods online

“Internet should be free, and everyone has the right to access all the information in it, regardless of their race, class and economical statue”, I don’t have any doubt that you did hear this statement many times in your life, and you agree with that saying, since you don’t pay for to access the information you are willing to reach online. Surfing on the net all the time in different sites and getting all those plenty knowledge stored in it without paying any piece of a penny, it sounds great, right?

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