The Republic is one of the most important works about philosophy and politics in history, written by Plato, one of Socrates students in ancient Greece, as a dialogue about justice and political systems. It is Plato’s most notable work and is a documentation of a dialogue between Socrates, and his students.
Three important lessons of this book are:1.Justice must be looked at on an individual, as well as a city level.2. Both cities and souls can be divided into three distinct parts.3. Philosophers trying to rule others justly will face lots of difficulty.This timeless classic is a treasure, whether you are reading it as a student or want to add it to your personal library.