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The Repiblic Amidst the Social Contract: An In-depth Review of the Society.
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Name Professor Course Date The Republic amidst the Social Contract: An In-depth Review of the Society The Society in both works namely, The Republic (Plato) and The Social Contract or Principles of Political Right (Rousseau) portrays a set of virtues, principles and norms that serves as the basis for its foundation.
On the other hand, Rousseau embarks his examination of politics by contemplating the source of the authenticity of political sovereignty (1-8). The Book 1 of The Republic by Plato aims to face two challenges by defining what justice is and why should the individuals in a society be just (1-31). On the other hand, the Book 3 of the Social Contract or Principles of Political Right by Rousseau elucidate the administrative powers of government in terms of motivation and power: Every free action is produced by the concurrence of two causes; one moral, i.e. the will which determines the act; the other physical, i.e. the power which executes it… The body politic has the same motive powers; here too force and will are distinguished, will under the name of legislative power and force under that of executive power (1-4). The Book 1 of the Republic by Plato depicts the perfect community termed as utopia and the erudition of the Guardians that aid in the explanation of concepts revolving in the society. On the other hand, the Book 3 of the Social Contract or Principles of Political Right by Rousseau highlights the attempt to differentiate the Government and the Sovereign which comprises the administrative power in the Society. ...
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