Sunday, January 17, 2016

Plato's Gorgias in two sentences.

Though it’s true that some of the just suffer pain and some of the wicked experience pleasure, the just always prosper and wicked never do. This is because one prospers if and only if one is just, and therefore, one fails to prosper if and only if one is wicked.


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