Glaucon (at the beginning of book ii) glaucon says he is defending what most people believe for sake of simplicity, however, let us call this glaucon's view. Socrates - glaucon nonsense, said glaucon: did you not promise to search yourself, saying that for you not to help justice in her need would be an impiety.
In book two of the republic, glaucon tests socrates view of justice socrates believes that “injustice is never more profitable than justice” (31) with this, he describes how the good life is determined by whether you are just or unjust. Socrates - glaucon with these words i was thinking that i had made an end of the discussion but the end, in truth, proved to be only a beginning. Socrates - glaucon - thrasymachus book ii socrates - glaucon glaucon socrates - glaucon adeimantus -socrates adeimantus socrates - adeimantus socrates. Glaucon, the owl-eyed one, is said to be him who can see in the gathering twilight his naming may suggest a kind of platonic banter, because glaucon certai.
Glaucon thus challenges socrates to prove the goodness of being just after he forcibly argues his two main points against it glaucon’s first point supports.
While visiting the piraeus with glaucon, polemarchus asks socrates to join him while in plato's republic socrates and his friends discuss the nature of the city.
Socrates and glaucon characterize the person ruled by his lawless so in the republic socrates does not distinguish between good and bad forms of these. How can the answer be improved. But, said glaucon, interposing, you have not given them a relish to their meal true, i replied, i had forgotten of course they must have a relish-salt, and olives, and cheese, and they will boil roots and herbs such as country people prepare for a dessert we shall give them figs, and peas, and.
A summary of book ii in plato's the republic he reiterates glaucon’s request that socrates show justice to be desirable in the absence of any external rewards.