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The concept of 'democracy' was first conceived in Athens, Greece around 400bc. Democracy was the characteristic form of government in Athens, home to Socrates and Plato. We acknowledge that Plato had no high opinions regarding the much valued Athens democratic systems (the political systems that Socrates was put to death under), however, Socrates and Plato accept its unrivaled attractiveness and its acceptance of human rights and freedom, "Well, in the first place, the members of the community are autonomous(self-governed), aren't they? The community is informed by independence and freed…
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