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Plato’s Laws – Tradition vs. Innovation

This post is part of my commentary series on John David Lewis’ short book Early Greek Lawgivers. Lewis begins his book with a scene from Plato’s Laws, in which three men discuss the best laws for a fictional city.    In … Continue reading

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Early Greek Lawgivers

Yesterday, I started reading John David Lewis’ Early Greek Lawgivers, which is just 74 pages of awesomeness.  The table of contents includes: Approaching Greek Laws and Lawgivers Early Greek Order, Justice and Law The Lawgivers and his Laws Minos and … Continue reading

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