(fl. c. 430—400 bc)

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(fl. c.430–400 bc)

Athenian rhetorician and sophist. He is remembered philosophically for his role in Book I of Plato's Republic where he defends the thesis that justice is whatever is in the interest of the stronger: might is right.

Subjects: Philosophy — Classical Studies.

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