In The Republic, Plato claims that the just society mirrors the state of the sou
In The Republic, Plato claims that the just society mirrors the state of the soul in a just person. Explain Plato’s position. How does this position lead him to conclude that a kind of meritocracy (rather than democracy) is the ideal form of government? How does Plato’s theory of the forms (and of our knowledge of the forms) influence his theory of the just society? Is Plato correct that meritocracy is ideal form of government? How might someone who disagrees with Plato critique his position? (An acceptable citation will involve a direct quotation (or paraphrases) of one of the texts accompanied by an in-text reference to the source you referencing. If you are unfamiliar with in-text citations, please visit this website: https://www.wikihow.com/Do-In%E2%80%90text-Citations-in-MLA")

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