The Republic

Author: Plato
Read By: Doug McLeod
Sponsored By: An Anonymous Donor

Book Description:
Plato's most popular dialogue, The Republic, argues for social justice by subjecting the individual to complete state control. The Republic also includes Plato's famous allegory of the cave.

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Introduction, Part 123:0313.1MB Download
Introduction, Part 217:2710.0MB Download
Book 1, Part 134:4119.8MB Download
Book 1, Part 231:0017.7MB Download
Book 1, Part 327:3115.7MB Download
Book 2, Part 126:1615MB Download
Book 2, Part 232:1818.4MB Download
Book 2, Part 323:1713.3MB Download
Book 3, Part 127:3515.7MB Download
Book 3, Part 227:3615.7MB Download
Book 4, Part 127:3315.7MB Download
Book 4, Part 227:0315.4MB Download
Book 4, Part 315:569.1MB Download
Book 5, Part 130:0117.1MB Download
Book 5, Part 231:0417.7MB Download
Book 5, Part 324:4814.1MB Download
Book 5, Part 423:2313.3MB Download
Book 6, Part 120:2011.6MB Download
Book 6, Part 231:3218.0MB Download
Book 6, Part 340:3123.1MB Download
Book 7, Part 133:4519.3MB Download
Book 7, Part 231:4018.1MB Download
Book 7, Part 319:0210.8MB Download
Book 8, Part 130:0517.2MB Download
Book 8, Part 227:0815.5MB Download
Book 8, Part 333:4819.3MB Download
Book 9, Part 130:4617.6MB Download
Book 9, Part 229:0816.6MB Download
Book 9, Part 314:358.35MB Download
Book 10, Part 128:2116.2MB Download
Book 10, Part 236:1520.7MB Download
Book 10, Part 321:0612.0MB Download


Name:
George Washington

Lived:
1732-1799

Birthplace:
Pope's Creek, Virginia

Fact:
Washington presided over the Constitutional Convention in 1787

Quote:
" The propitious smiles of Heaven can never be expected on a nation that disregards the eternal rules of order and right which Heaven itself has ordained."

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