Description 1. Plato, Aristotle, and Marcus Aurelius each present their thinking about how we are to live in a society. All three agree on a central point: in order to be a fully-fledged and political human being, we must live in a society. Why, in your analysis, is this the case? Aside from this central agreement, the three thinkers have differing thoughts on how, exactly, we are to behave toward one another/society as a whole: explain these differences. Finally, whose view on the individual’s relationship with society do you find most compelling and why?
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