9- The Republic by Plato
The Republic was written by Plato around 380 BC, concerning the definition of justice, the order and character of the just city-state and the just man.
Plato through “The Republic” answers the question of what motivates a man to behave in such manner.
He breaks down the thought of equity as either political or societal. He breaks down society into classes and clarifies the requirement for individuals to satisfy the parts they were implied for.
Plato likewise characterizes the world regarding obvious and clear, clarifying that the understandable world is made up of Forms.
The Republic is a standout amongst the most careful and truly compelling works of theory and political hypothesis.
It also subtle elements about the importance of equity, characterized by Socrates and different rationalists.