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What is justice? What kind of person makes a suitable ruler? Where did we get the idea of democracy? Is it possible that the evolution of a society so much like our own have been predicted 2400 years ago? Can music really influence a society? This Questions for the Thinker Ebook Study Guide© will guide you through these and many questions about the nature of society and justice as you explore Plato’s Republic. These ideas, though ancient are relevant even today, and the questions are worth the effort to ponder.
This Question for the Thinker Iliad Study Guide uses the Socratic method of a question and answer format to guide the high school student through this classical work. After a brief introduction about the author and the work, in the first half of the book questions are provided to help the student understand the text. The second half of the book has the answers to the questions.
At the end of many of the chapters are Questions for Further Thought™ which help the student think beyond the text. Many of the questions are designed to help the student either apply the lessons learned or to think about how his beliefs contrast with those presented. There are also Vocabulary Words to Know to help expand the student's vocabulary.
This guide is available in the Greek Classics Teacher's 2nd Edition here, and in the Greek Classics Student 2nd Edition (without answers) here.
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