Tag: heroism

Removing a Threat vs. Enforcing Justice

Intercourses seeking to construe justice can be traced back to 375 B.C in Plato’s Republic. In the dialogue between Socrates and Polemarchus in Book I, Socrates says the following: “Justice, then, seems according to you and Homer and Simonides, to be a certain art of stealing, for the benefit, to be sure, of friends and the harm of enemies.” (Plato 334b)

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But One Life

What makes a hero? When you hear the word, you may think of stories: great patriots or valiant soldiers who nobly gave their lives for a cause they believed in.
“Would I be willing to die for something I believe in?”
My question for you is: “Would you be willing to live for it?”

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