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Plato and his views on Rome
Plato's ideal society was certainly not Rome. Rome's leaders were too selfish to be anywhere close to perfect. Excessive power, control and injustices could be seen with any and all of it's leaders. Plato felt state leaders should be well-educated philosophers, in order to make wise decisions for the benefit of the state. Plato's next ideal was a strong and fearless military whose prime motivation was to serve and protect. The army of Rome was mainly lower-class men trying to climb the social ladder. The last of Plato's ideals had to do with happiness and a higher power or good…
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