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authorSean Whitton <spwhitton@spwhitton.name>2020-12-08 08:40:36 -0700
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In this writing assignment, you are to address the following prompt:
Callicles defends a distinction between conventional and natural justice.
-Explain his position and his reasons for holding it. Explain one of Socrates'
-arguments against Callicles. Briefly assess whether this response succeeds --
-who wins this part of the debate, and why do you think so? Be sure to include:
+Explain his position and his reasons for holding it. Explain **one** of
+Socrates' arguments against Callicles. Briefly assess whether this response
+succeeds -- who wins this part of the debate, and why do you think so? Be
+sure to include:
- the general distinction between convention and nature and how this applies
to justice;
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3. Fourth paragraph -- explain Calliclean hedonism and how it underlies
Callicles' political ideas.
-4. Fifth and sixth paragraphs -- explain one of Socrates' responses to Callicles.
+4. Fifth and sixth paragraphs -- explain **one** of Socrates' responses to Callicles.
5. Seventh and possibly eighth paragraph -- give your view as to whether
Socrates response succeeds or not.