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The justice, the state and the just man

Posted: 08 Mar 2017 23:22
by juu
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So.. i finally took the time to translate the text i published here a while a go.. ive been little busy... and even though is not a perfect translation.. i think is good enough to understand it..
For those who doesnt know anything about it.. it is a dialogue i had with an aunt i have... she is kindda lost in all the OIC crap and even belongs to a spiritual school called Rosacruces...

The conversation was via chat, and i never intended to be what it is now.. things just happened and i decided that this text can help many understanding things...

ps Im not sure if the file was uploaded correctly and can be read... so, if anything is wrong, just let me know..

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The Justice, the state and the justman

Re: The justice, the state and the just man

Posted: 08 Mar 2017 23:44
by Δύναμις
Downloading worked perfectly! 27 pages?!?! That was a long discussion. I'll need a while to read it.

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Re: The justice, the state and the just man

Posted: 09 Mar 2017 00:51
by juu
Δύναμις wrote:Downloading worked perfectly! 27 pages?!?! That was a long discussion. I'll need a while to read it.

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haha yess.. well.. i would like to think of it as a small book.... i even printed copies and gave it to some friends... here is the front page

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Re: The justice, the state and the just man

Posted: 09 Mar 2017 03:49
by Xavier
Rosacruces


I did not download the conversation yet, but wanted to know if you meant the "Rosicrucian Order"? I am curious since I was personally invited to join this group more than 10 years ago.

Re: The justice, the state and the just man

Posted: 09 Mar 2017 08:40
by juu
Xavier wrote:
Rosacruces


I did not download the conversation yet, but wanted to know if you meant the "Rosicrucian Order"? I am curious since I was personally invited to join this group more than 10 years ago.


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Yes.. Is the same.. Aparently theres a group in my city.. Bit it is all around the world..

Re: The justice, the state and the just man

Posted: 04 Feb 2018 20:27
by Liv
Wow, that was a very interesting read! It gave me some ideas on how to start this sort of conversation with people close to me. It was also really fun to see Plato's ideas applied like that. It really pumped me up to do my reading for my Philosophy course. It takes a lot of effort for me to get into that state of mind, away from procrastination.
That aside, I noticed that the aunt really liked to say 'we deserve this' a lot. It's pretty sad to see someone under so much influence. I hope she will find her way out of it soon. :(