Politeia

Platon (Platon, ca. 428/7 BC – ca. 348/7 BC): Founder of the Akademia (387 BC), considered the ancestor of today’s university, and one of the masters who best translated philosophy into writing with the “dialogues” in which he made his teacher Socrates speak. In The Republic (Politeia), which is the most well-known of his dialogues together with Socrates’ Apology (Apologia), Plato explained the best state he dreamed by examining “human conditions” such as “goodness”, “equality”, “strength” and “righteousness”. This fundamental work has been among the reference sources of all state theory or social orders that have been put forward for more than 2000 years, whether next to or against it.

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Platon (Eflatun, İÖ yaklaşık 428/7 – İÖ yaklaşık 348/7) : Bugünkü üniversitenin atası sayılan Akademia’nın kurucusu (İÖ 387) ve hocası Sokrates’i konuşturduğu “diyaloglar”la felsefeyi yazıya en iyi aktarmış olan ustalardan biridir. Sokrates’in Savunması (Apologia) ile birlikte diyaloglarının en tanınmışı olan Devlet (Politeia)’te ise Platon, “iyilik”, “eşitlik”, ‘güçlülük” ve “haklılık” gibi “insanlık durumları”nı irdeleyerek düşlediği en iyi devleti anlatmış ve bu temel yapıt, ister yanında ister karşısında olsunlar, 2000 yılı aşkın süredir ortaya konan bütün devlet kuramı ya da toplum düzenlerinin başvuru kaynakları arasında yer almıştır.

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M. Ali Cimcoz: Translator, voice actor and business and life partner of Adalet Cimcoz, the founding manager of Maya, Turkey's first private gallery. The State translation they made with Sabahattin Eyüboğlu was deemed worthy of the Turkish Language Association's first translation award in 1959.

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Turkish

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Politeia

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372

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2006

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